We’ve just returned from Pune in Maharashtra where we are working on a community theatre project with a wide range of partners as part of a large scale public health research project looking at resilience in internal migrant communities. The work will be based at the Hadapsar slum in one of India’s largest cities and the play will be performed both on this site and in other slums in the city (there are fifty in all) in January 2019. It’s the largest project we’ve ever been involved in and our first week in the city was full of conversation and provocation and site visits. We’ll be posting more images and thoughts about this over the next weeks.
Our commissioned project for Right Up Our Street finishes this week (Tuesday 28th) with a final performance at Rossington Labour Club; and our Barbeque 67 Revisited project the day after with our exhibition being displayed at Uptown Vinyl Records in Pinchbeck.
We’ve also just heard that we’ll be working in Oakham again next year and will give more details of that soon. And in a week’s time we may have more news (fingers crossed on that one).