A delicious meal and celebratory communal experience about the past, present and future; with performance and live music. As night fell on 14th October 1066, thousands of men lay dead in a field. Some were English, some Norman, some Breton, or Belgian or Scot. None would ever again see their families, their land, or their … More Feast of the Dead
Animals! will be an entertaining exploration of the connections between humans and animals. We’ll celebrate “small” human-scale interactions – for example, the relationship which members of the audience have with a favourite pet – and get tangled in larger, more complex stories, including those with a global impact: habitat loss, climate change and, ultimately, the … More Animals!
Starting with the idea that baking bread is a kind of “everyday magic” – with transformation at its heart – Travelling Bakery is a practical baking workshop, a performance, and a chance for partipants to talk about change. We’ll make some bread, and do some hands-on thinking about creating change at different scales: from individuals … More Travelling Bakery