Freefall - A Young Carer Never Surrenders in a collaboration with Unit Twenty Three. Funded by Arts Council England, local authorities in Suffolk and Hertfordshire, and Awards for All.
Our Spring 2017 tour took place throughout February and March, visiting over 8 schools in East Anglia and 3 arts venues too. Over 1,100 young people aged 11 – 16 participated with the production in just three weeks, plus industry and care professionals and key teachers. Our tour took us to the top of Norfolk, over to Hertfordshire and the outskirts of London and Suffolk too. We also visited The John Peel Centre, March Town Hall and Hertford Theatre, opening the performance up to professionals, teachers, and members of the public.
Written by Anna Reynolds, movement directed by Helen Parlor, music and sound design by Simon McCorry, design by Fiona Rigler, film and animation by Mark Finbow.
Sparks Might Fly
The Heritage Hub is irreplaceable for breaking research out of the walls of the University and into the diverse communities beyond, to co-build real social capital with them.Under its initiative, enter (quite literally) Sparks Might Fly, a ‘research-into-performing arts’ theatre project, master-minded by Stuart Mullins of Hertfordshire University.Play Trailer