Photo: Shadow Girl Origins has Big Imagination

Artist Chrissy Carol Jones goes from strength to strength as her new storytelling show, Shadow Girl – Origins runs accross Greater Manchester. 

At the start of September, Chrissy was invited to showcase her work at a Big Imaginations event. Big Imaginations is a network of 22 arts organisations, dedicated to bringing brilliant children’s theatre to the north and beyond. Chrissy received fantastic support and feedback. We’re all looking forward to working with these fantastic organisations.

Brand new brochure!

As part of this showcase Chrissy worked with the team to create a new pamphlet to help showcase the project. It discusses the themes, hopes and ambitions for the work which includes the brand new Storytelling show, a children’s book and a larger scale theatre show in the future. If you’d like a digital copy then follow the link to download your copy – 

Mind The Gap Performance

This month Shadow Girl – Origins has also been performed in a few select locations in Greater Manchester, including for Mind The Gap in Bradford. Chrissy, along with fellow artist and member Kelly Hoye were also able to lead the artists from Mind The Gap in workshops which help discuss the themes within the work.  

Image by Mind the Gap

Wish you got to see the show? Don’t worry, we got you covered. 

You’re invited!

We would like to invite you to be part of our invitation only event to get a taste of what Shadow Girl is all about and be part of a discussion with Chrissy and director Caroline Kennedy about the creative process. Spaces are limited, so we can’t guarantee who a place, but please do follow the link to book your place HERE

If you can’t make the sharing then please don’t panic! We’ll be keeping you posted on your next opportunity to see this magical show, so make sure you’re following our social accounts to stay up to date. 

Shadow Girl – Origins is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Produced by Proud & Loud Arts in collaboration with M6 Theatre. With support from Håb and DadaFest.