Impact report 2021/22


Having piloted a new impact strategy this year, our latest impact report is now ready. Though a challenging year EEA has still thrived; delivering 36 festival events, 123 workshop sessions across a variety of projects, and 35 performances/shows including the Queen's Platinum Jubilee Pageant and Coventry Embraces. With EEA’s activities helping to build and strengthen local communities and foster (or rekindle) a sense of local pride. As well as creating moments of wonder for a variety of communities both in London and nationally with the quality, innovation and distinctiveness highlighted by audiences. Considering that EEA’s audiences are more likely than those of other England arts organisation to be from low cultural engagement groups, the contribution that EEA makes to the cultural offer in these areas is significant.


Emergency Exit Arts would like to thank: Arts Council England, Charlton Athletic Community Trust, Royal Borough of Greenwich, Heritage Lottery Fund and Lottery players, all our fantastic freelance artists, crew, funders and supporters, clients, partners, Trustees, and Staff without whom none of this would be possible!

Data is collected through out the year at all our events, with an impact study then being produced by independent consultant Santra Ltd. To read or download the full report click here


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