All productions

Lost Shoe

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Exploring what having anxiety disorder actually means. Suitable for ages 12+

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Schism of the Mind

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Questioning the negative stigma that surrounds schizophrenia. Suitable for ages 16+

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Book Eating for Kids

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An exploration of confidence and positive well-being through the use of poetry and literature! Suitable for ages 5 - 11.
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Happy

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Our new Umbrella project Happy exploring depression. Reaching multiple audiences using fairytales and myths to bridge our gap to depression disorders. using real accounts and experiences of living with depression.

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Messages to be Happy

An installation based on the tree of ash, Yggdrasil blending the concepts of gift theatre with empowering messages. A piece of visual and interactive art.  Loosly based on Kind Words  (http://popcannibal.com/kindwords/)

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A Message to be Happy

A 15-20 minute performance designed to be placed unusual spaces using music composed by Ricardo Emrig, and vocals by Carley Williams with physical theatre and poetry. Exploring the fairy lore and how fairies can lead us in and out of our dream states. a family friendly performance looking at depression using fairies and Briar Rose as inspirations

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Watchers of the Divine

An hour-long performance tackling suicide and depression. using music and immersive theatre where the audience is invited to dine at our table, taking part in a ritual to rid ourselves of the demons that infect our minds. A sensitive look at how depression can affect us during our studies at university and higher education. 

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