A selection of our artists' most recent independent projects is below
The Misfit Analysis
We supported Cian Binchy to develop his award-winning one man show The Misfit Analysis.
Cian created an initial ten minute performance as his final piece on our Performance Making Diploma. We supported his application to Arts Council England as well as developing the production at Rich Mix and VAULT Festival.
The Misfit Analysis premiered at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and has just completed its second successful national tour.
My Hands and Feet Are Wiggling
Emma graduated from our Performance Making Diploma in 2016.
Her work is characteristically upbeat, playful and irreverent and embraces the non-normative.
She explores autism, gender and sexuality.
She shared her piece My Hands and Feet are Wiggling at Steakhouse Live in October 2016
A Vital Xposure with Access All Areas production
James Henry Pullen, long term resident and Genius of Earlswood Asylum, was a talented, self-taught carpenter and mechanical engineer. During his lifetime of imprisonment Pullen created a magnificent puppet to act as his guardian.
Help bring this extraordinary giant to life through workshop activities and a boisterous and funny promenade performance with a romantic twist.
Saturday 15th July, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Not F**kin' Sorry
Not F**kin' Sorry is a punk rock, queer, crip cabaret featuring six learning disabled artists.
It is confrontational, loud, sexy and angry, and throws back the discrimination
constantly experienced by people with
learning disabilities at the neurotypical.
"This is our time now.
We are not going away.
We are Not F**kin’ Sorry!”