Self-explanatory – shows made for the great outdoors.
Each year we help Year 8 at Saltley Academy stage twin productions of a play by Shakespeare on the site of his house in Stratford-Upon-Avon. This year it is Romeo and Juliet.
Guided tours of rivers, performed live, indoors or out, illustrated by especially commissioned textile ribbon maps. The library is growing. A new map and tour will be unveiled in October.
An improvised walkabout performance (unless they’re sat down) in which two sports commentators describe everyday life in too much detail. Catch them live in person or streamed live online.
The title What When comes from the familiar chant of protest: Person with big voice “What do we want?”Everyone else “[insert demand]”Person with big voice “When do we want it?”Everyone […]
An Iron Age fort is reoccupied by visitors from a post-silicon age. Two worlds overlap on this dramatic location high in the Shropshire Hills. Four strangers from a far future […]
Stratford-upon-AvonFrom 23 April (Shakespeare’s Birthday) until 30th October 2016 The Royal Shakespeare Company initially asked us if we were interested in creating an edition of the Steps Series for June […]
Skirball Cultural Centre, Los Angeles1st March – & 28th April 2013 Timed to coincide with the passover season, Exodus Steps translates into vinyl the dramatic biblical story of the Hebrew’s […]
Wellingborough Town Centre27th August – Early November 2012 Foot Steps responded to a commissioning opportunity advertised by Northampton County Council. Their brief, to make a piece for a project called […]
Golden Steps, London22nd July – 6th September 2012 Golden Steps was a commission for UP Projects as part of their Terminus Treats for Twenty Twelve programme working in partnership with […]
Handsworth and Aston Parks24 March – 24 September 2012 This first ‘documentary’ edition of The Steps Series encourages visitors to marvel at a range of amazingathletic performances that have won […]
Once artists were supported by patrons, wealthy individuals who commissioned work for their own pleasure/aggrandisement/favour with God. Now, with public subsidy of art, the relationship between artist and patron is […]
Domaine d’O, Montpelier, France2 – 30 October 2010 As part of Stan’s Cafe’s three year relationship with Domaine d’O the venuecommissioned an edition of The Steps Series for their Ampitheatre. […]
For two days in July 2002 a new station appeared on the Metro Line in West Bromwichbetween Wednesbury and Wednesbury Parkway. Earth North Central was marked on all the maps […]
Voodoo City was commissioned by MAC and as part of the deal they were keen on some ‘outreach’ activity. To this end we ran some workshops. We also fiddled about […]
A dead body has been found on the streets of Bromsgrove. Local citizens are rightly concernedbut with a team of top detectives on the scene the mystery should soon be […]
Made just before Christmas. Chris Corcran, sealed in a box, was dumped, wearing his underpants, holding a five pound note on Bromsgrove high street. A devil spiv trys to sell […]