Oh dear, oh dear. Have had a busy summer and while I have taken my new role as website & social media manager for Aqueous Humour on with great gusto; tweeting, updating news, posting to Facebook etc, I have been truly neglectful of my own website so here is a catch up on my summer & will try better to post news of events BEFORE they happen.
Over the last few weeks of the summer term, I worked with Year 4 at Castle Hill Primary School to create things for a local carnival day. The theme was Space. They all designed & made hats & collars to wear and puppets on sticks to carry. There was a fabulous range of aliens, rockets, astronauts & shooting stars As a group they also made a huge green alien puppet.
Aqueous Humour worked with Contact Young Actors Company to create a new street theatre show for Manchester Museum. The piece was inspired by facts & stories about the museum & the various spaces in & around the museum. In the end, it became a dystopian 80s futuristic comedy. I will add some photos soon but for now here is a link to Contact’s Flickr collection.
update: I have now created a page for this show here.