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Jan. 29th 2020

2019 in review

What a year, collaborating with so many wonderful creatives on so many different projects and productions. Here is a look back at everything in 2019:

Factory Reset September 2019. Photo by Greta Zabulyte

 

Need A Little Help toured for its 5th year running to the South East.

That Parking Show hit the road for the second time touring nationally across the UK from Stockton all the way down to Bournemouth.

R&D began on Rave New World, a new outdoor production for 2020/21.

Development began for a new show about Looked After Children with Rowan Tree Dramatherapy.

The Mindfulness Project, a collaboration with Adventure Yoga launched into schools & businesses across Luton.

We mentored 4 young companies.

Our annual Sibs Project took place for the 6th time.

The Children & Young People Now Awards nominated us for a Young Carers award for our 'Helping Hands' learning research pack made in collaboration with West Sussex County Council.

Half Life was developed over the whole year and premiered at The Albany in Deptford

In Luton we made Factory Reset, a huge outdoor production working with local and national collaborators to mark the re-opening of the Hat Factory Arts Centre where we now have our very own office!

We enjoyed countless collaborations with our good friends at Next Generation Youth Theatre, cementing a brilliant partnership in our official base of Luton. 

Need A Little Help | That Parking Show |  NGYT rehearsal for Factory Reset | Original cast of Half Life

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