Full Circle

This piece has now finished its R&D and we are now begining the evaluation of what has been an very interesting process. The try out performances in Bath and GDIF were well recieved and have provided useful feedback. There is more work to be done consolidating the final show but should be ready for showcasing in 2018.


FAB Bedlam 2017

Bedlam 2017


Laughing At Water


Until the end of the month I am working with Bryan Tweddle and the Fire & Water Festival in Sowerby Bridge on their contribution to an event celebrating the re opening of The Piece Hall in Halifax. Watch Out for an angry goose, morris dancing and egg laying!


From The Landlines & Watermarks site.

‘Six original new creative projects have been commissioned from local artists who will work with hundreds of people from the flood-hit towns of the Calder Valley in a cultural celebration of their resilience and friendship. From July to September, the six ‘Water Works’ projects will feature the stories and creativity of local people from Brighouse, Elland, Hebden Bridge, Mytholmroyd, Sowerby Bridge and Todmorden.
Each artwork has a watery theme and will be created by local artists with local communities.  Together they will result in a wave of free creative events across the valley throughout the Summer before transferring to the Piece Hall as part of a Peoples’ Fair at the end of September’.


HYDROMANIA at Arts By The Sea

On the nights of 14th & 15th October we will be in Bournemouth at Arts by the Sea making a version of Hydromania on the town hall. The performance will feature the music of Seaming To and Seaming will also perform with us. Also performing are twelve dancers under the expert choreography of Ruth Jones and Clare Fildes and The World Beaters making another of their special appearances with us. Along with the above there will be lots of spectacular water effects, pyrotechnics and some stunning lighting.


Hydro in Woolwich