The WRITE NOW group is now in rehearsal for their anticipated performance of The Crack's in the Castle at Recovery Fest on Saturday 8th June. To allow for these rehearsals the Write Now group will not be open for new participants or those not performing in the production during this time. Write Now
RECOVERY FEST We will be joining H&F ArtsFest in Celebrating Diversity, Inclusion, Creativity and Community, with our very own Recovery Fest on Saturday 8th June. There is lots to see and get involved with, as we celebrate our local recovery community. Completely free, come along and join in the fun. Everyone is welcome! From the court house to a crack den,
This short documentary film follows The Company as they prepare for their performance of 'Check-In Check-Out' at the VAULT Festival earlier this year. We are so pleased to be able to share this beautifully crafted behind the scenes look at the work created by The Company. The film was produced by Science
On 27th September The Company took a trip to Oxfordshire to perform Unfinished Business for the graduates of the Ley Community's treatment programme. We asked our Artistic Director, Susie Miller, for her take on the day. Here's what she had to say, "It was wonderful performing outside to an audience of over 100.
On Wednesday 20th September the Edge Two participants invited us to their weekly session for a special preview of the piece they have been working on for the last month. Angels & Seagulls was born out of improvisations in the group working from the theatrical technique, Viewpoints. Viewpoints which could
Read on to get a flavour for the characters and setting in the play Stockwell, written by participants in our Write Now workshop. Stockwell. By the Write Now Outside Edge Group. Characters: Frederick. 8 years old. The police helicopters are circulating. Everyone’s coming, even like Old Bill… I’m Frederick and I’m 8 years old. Samira. My name’s Samira and
These psychogeographic graffiti poems were made in response to the theme: 'To Seriously Entertain the Possible' - it's a quote taken from a Singaporean conceptual artist called Lim Tzay Chuen whose Alter series consists of public interventions that teases out the irrationality at play within the curatorial process where an