Fittings Multimedia Arts is a disability-led organisation with offices in Liverpool and Scotland. It presents new theatre writing made with artists and performers from different cultures and life experiences. It fuses various styles of performance and storytelling to produce new works that address serious issues in the language of variety theatre.
Edmund The Learned Pig - Southbank Centre Promotional
Edmund the Learned Pig takes time out to tell everyone about 'his' show coming to The Southbank on 6th September as part of the Unlimited Festival. Edmund the Learned Pig by Mike Kenny with music and songs by Martyn Jacques. Co-produced by Fittings Multimedia Arts, Krazy Kat Theatre Company and The Royal Exchange Theatre.
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Fittings shows v2
Powerpoint presentation of a selection of Fittings' finest shows to date.
The Ugly Spirit
Featuring cult performance artist David Hoyle. Written by Russell Barr in collaboration with Garry Robson. Developed and Produced by Fittings Multimedia Arts as a Key Commission for Unlimited, London 2012 Cultural Olympiad
A short film promoting RASPBERRY, a co-production between Fittings, Limelight Studios and Tron Theatre Glasgow - 2010 - 2011.
UK tour Spring 2010, Oval House Theatre London, February 2011.
Film produced by Garry Robson and Mark Morreau
Sputnik: A Project of Possibilities 2009
Sputnik was a large scale kinetic created by master sculptor Eduard Bersudsky and the Sharmanka team in collaboration with Fittings Artistic Director Garry Robson.
The structure playfully riffed on the theme of time, ships, travel, and union of flesh and steel and the constancy of human hopes and dreams. When the machine was built, dancer/aerialist Clare Cunningham working alongside choreographer Mish Weaver and with music by Leigh Stirling, created a movement piece exploring these themes in the context of the machine.
heelz on wheels
A short documentary film about Heelz on Wheels written by Noel Greig with music by Tayo Akinbode Fittings Multimedia Arts touring show 2006 and 2007.
The show was directed by Garry Robson and Russell Barr, and starred Garry, Robert Softley, Sally Clay and Mark Beer. Filmed and edited by Andy Escott
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