A game of strategy comes to life, as human chess pieces invade Manchester City Centre in a new kind of powerplay: turning the tables on the traditional order
A hilariously chaotic intergalactic voyage with Michael Gleave
Staring at the Walls
Taking a fresh and intimate look at mental health and disability, Staring at the Walls introduces new writing by Kelly Hoye.
Article 19 – UNCRPD
A new multimedia performance exploring the United Nations Convention on Rights for Persons living with Disability (UNCRPD). Under construction by artist Janet Charlesworth.
Christmas With The Cratchits
A modern reimagining of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
A groundbreaking, verbatim performance exploring identity & perceptions of disability.
Shadow Girl – Origins
Discover how an ordinary girl becomes Shadow Girl in a new show about courage, friendship, and adventure.
A Live performance installation discussing social stigma and personal identity. First performed at Manchester Art Gallery (March, 2018).
Cells – A Body of Work
A collection of live art installations. First performed at Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester (Oct, 2017).
Shadow Girl – The City Streets
Shadowy figures move silently through the city streets. First performed in Manchester City Centre (August 2018)
Pyramus and Thisbe
A modern retelling of two ill-fated lovers whose story forms part of Ovid's Metamorphoses. First performed at Contact, Manchester (2015)
Beyond the 4th Wall
An original theatre production exploring personal dignity and independence. First performed at The Lowry, Aldridge Studio (Jan, 2012).
A light hearted clash of horror & comedy, with songs. First performed at The Lowry, The Aldridge Studio, Salford (Nov, 2009)
Because You’re Worthless
A look at perceptions of disability in modern society, with those from periods of war. First performed at The Lowry (2006)
Expectations – Limitations = Life
An original piece of theatre exploring how others can impact on our self perception. First performed in 2004.
What Are You Waiting For?
A coming of age film devised by performed by the Proud and Loud Arts' Ensemble. Premiered Salford Film Festival Nov 2004.