We have worked with Ashford Council to deliver a 3-year programme of arts and culture to regenerate the high street
The Empowering Love programme looked at various elements of what makes a relationship healthy or abusive, with the aim of educating participants and promoting relevant support services.
Emergency Exit Arts, in partnership with Medway Council, produced a large-scale light event which transformed Rochester’s historic buildings and spaces into works of art.
On 27th November, Emergency Exit Arts produced our biggest light show of the year. EEA commissioned a group of local artists to create site specific public art installations.
Emergency Exit Arts were proud to produce the welcoming event in Coventry for The Walk With Amal.
Shedding light on the fragile nature of peace and the strength of those who sustain it
To celebrate LGBTQ History month we explored what love in all forms means to young people in 2021. Through discussion and learning about different LGBTQ artists.
When Covid restrictions meant we couldn’t get together face to face, we didn’t let that ruin our fun!
A national touring project that invites people to see peace differently
This strange red brick, spired building on the end of Azof Street is over 120 years old...
A free training programme for theatre-makers who want to use their creative skills in community contexts
An artistic network created to meet the new challenges of producing theatre for young people in the digital age.