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A missive from my twelve year old self

  I recently came across a recording of songs I made for my great-grandma on a cassette saved from my grandma’s house. It’s not properly digitised yet but it’s taken me back a bit for sure. That it still exists is a bit of a […]

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For His Own Good

Yesterday marked 4 years since the last performance of “For Their Own Good” at ‘Before I Die’ Festival in York. We were very proud of this show, which toured the UK, was part of the British Council Showcase in 2013, and won a Fringe First […]

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Some thoughts on ‘Library Lion’

We’re getting to grips with our ‘Library Lion’ show now after a few outings. After opening at Stourbridge Library last September things have slowly gathered momentum, and Spring is looking quite busy for our feline friend. Now we’re rolling it feels like a good time to […]

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Innocent Enquiry

This has just come in from Tony Graham, highly respected children’s theatre practitioner, former director of Unicorn Theatre and TAG, and thoroughly good egg. The Boy Who Bit Picasso I saw this show last October at a school in Coventry as part of a festival […]

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Innocent Inquiry

Arts Education in Action

This week we’ve kicked off our tour of The Boy Who Bit Picasso at a school in Leamington Spa through the capable hands of Warwick Arts Centre. WAC have created an impressive season of shows, workshops and creation sessions aimed specifically at keeping creative learning […]

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