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Past Productions

Here's a quick rundown of our past productions and links to recordings of the work and feedback showing what we enjoyed, learnt and actioned as a result of the experience.

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Mrs Baker's Wave 2023 - Click here to view the gallery

Glow Arts Illuminated Trail, December 2022 - 'A Midwinter Night's Dream'

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The Trip to Japan - presented at Chatham Carnival July 2022

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The Wave 2022

Presented as part of the 'Electric Medway' festival, this processional production was the third iteration of a project which grows each time it is presented. A growing family of fantastical sea creatures - 'Madam Chatham' and 'Sir Gillingham' lead the diverse cultures of Medway in an act of unity to the river - from which we give and receive our cultures from all over the world. For 2022, we added historical figures from around Europe 'beam-in' to The Pentagon Centre speaking of their connections to our hometown. Click to watch them again!

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July 2022: 'A Bond which Ties Us to Every Stone' for Dublin City Archeology, presented as part of The Rose Festival at St. Anne's Park, Dublin, Ireland
Here's the coverage on RTE Nationwide:
September & October 2021: 'The Showman & the Chartist' written & directed for
Medway African & Caribbean Association  presented as part of Heritage Open Days, co-funded by Medway Council, Historic England, National Lottery Heritage Fund

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