There is a new blog post by Professor Sally Mackey on the project EEA is doing with the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama regarding Performing Place.
The project will focus on the town of Bexleyheath, creating an imaginative fiction with and for the townspeople including extensive outreach workshops in schools and community groups. It will take place in the summers of 2018 and 2019.
For more information about the project please click this link to read the Performing Place Blog Post
"A tiny moment in a huge creative project, is a thing to be treasured and revered and I want to momentarily pay tribute to such moments"Prof. Sally Mackey
Emergency Exit Arts presents...TEAvolution. The Women’s Institute like you’ve never seen them before!
Teavolution invites the audience to celebrate the achievements of the Women’s Institute over the past 100 years. Read more about the show.
EEA is excited to be a partner for PLATFORM Shift+, a successful larger scale cooperation project announced by the European Commission.