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Posted on: March 1st 2016

 

Sharing Stages

Chickenshed uses theatre as a platform to celebrate diversity and inspire positive change, often working in partnership with organisations who similarly value every individual.

Our new spring show will demonstrate the depth and breadth of Chickenshed’s creative partnerships of the past, present and future - bringing together to the stage a range of collaborative pieces to create a truly beautiful, moving and entertaining production. Sharing Stages will epitomise our ethos, and also clearly show our ambition to reach far beyond our walls to work with others and help create a better world.

Featuring a large and diverse cast drawn from our membership, students and professional actors alongside our creative partners, the performances within Sharing Stages will be a chance to witness Chickenshed as part of a greater movement, as one of the leaves on a growing tree of social change…

Who we're partnering with: (find out more)

Adam Long
Amnesty International
Barnardo's
Elaine Simpson
Haringey Shed
Hippana Theatre, Daniel Wrightson, Ben Stott and Riene Smith
James Finnemore (Hofesh Shechter Dance Company)
Lou Stein
Michael Walling of Border Crossings
Northumberland Park School
Our Community
The Brit School
The British DJ and MC Academy, Erkut Terliksiz and Klone Yourself
Young Minds
More to be added

Their performance pieces will be in the shows on:

Week 1: Thursday 3 March 7pm, Friday 4 March 7pm, Saturday 5 March 3pm and 7pm, Sunday 6 March 1.30pm and 5.30pm:

Adam Long
Amnesty International
Barnardo's
Elaine Simpson
Haringey Shed
Hoopia, Daniel Wrightson, Ben Stott and Riene Smith
James Finnemore
Michael Walling of Border Crossings
Northumberland Park School
The British DJ and MC Academy, Erkut Terliksiz and Klone Yourself
Young Minds

Week 2: Wednesday 9 March 7pm, Thursday 10 March 7pm, Friday 11 March 7pm, Saturday 12 March 3pm and 7pm, Sunday 13 March 1.30pm and 5.30pm:

Adam Long
Amnesty International
Barnardo's
Elaine Simpson
Hoopia, Daniel Wrightson, Ben Stott and Riene Smith
James Finnemore
Lou Stein
Northumberland Park School
The Brit School
The British DJ and MC Academy, Erkut Terliksiz and Klone Yourself

Week 3: Wednesday 16 March 7pm, Thursday 17 March 7pm, Friday 18 March 7pm, Saturday 19 March 3pm and 7pm, Sunday 20 March 1.30pm and 5.30pm:

Adam Long
Amnesty International
Elaine Simpson
Hoopia, Daniel Wrightson, Ben Stott and Riene Smith
James Finnemore
Lou Stein
Our Community
The Brit School
The British DJ and MC Academy, Erkut Terliksiz and Klone Yourself
Young Minds

Running time: approx. 2hrs including interval
Ages 7+

- See more at: http://www.chickenshed.org.uk/sharing-stages#sthash.b36noxhZ.dpuf

Chickenshed uses theatre as a platform to celebrate diversity and inspire positive change, often working in partnership with organisations who similarly value every individual.

Our new spring show will demonstrate the depth and breadth of Chickenshed’s creative partnerships of the past, present and future - bringing together to the stage a range of collaborative pieces to create a truly beautiful, moving and entertaining production. Sharing Stages will epitomise our ethos, and also clearly show our ambition to reach far beyond our walls to work with others and help create a better world.

Featuring a large and diverse cast drawn from our membership, students and professional actors alongside our creative partners, the performances within Sharing Stages will be a chance to witness Chickenshed as part of a greater movement, as one of the leaves on a growing tree of social change…

Details on which partners will be performing on which dates can be found here