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This wonderful interactive family theatre show by Kazzum invites the audience to participate in a playful, exploratory journey, discovering homes, caves and underwater worlds, traveling up country lanes and across oceans, as the packages unfold to create a series of pop up landscapes.
This is a sample from the Sound Artist for The Girl Who... it gives a flavor of how the audio landscape can evoke emotions, feelings or enegry... and all in a short 90 second clip.... Now turn up those speakers!
Curios Curios photos slideshow
Roll up... roll up...Come and see the Curious Curios, an interactive carnival inspired pop-up sideshow.
Marvel at the weird and wonderful in the Curious Curios pop-up museum for children and their families.
You will meet professor H Jones and his very curious mind as he works in his museum and workshop based in his garden shed.
After watching 'Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark' at the age of 8 Professor H Jones immediately made his first bull whip out of a stick and the cord of his bath robe. It was at that moment of hearing the flannelette crack of the home made whip he realised a life of archaeology and discovering rare and beautiful objects was his destiny... since then he has never stopped!
So come and see the professor at work and the curious objects he has discovered on display including... the preserved eggs of Donald Duck, Dodo Doodoo, a shark with a hammer for a head, and his most significant discovery to date... 'DEREK' The missing link between teddy bear and doll! As well as many more magical, bizarre and rare objects found by our intrepid back garden archeologist.
Kazzum's weird and wonderful exhibitions allows young audiences to explore and marvel at the sights on offer, watch the professor at work or ask him to take you on a tour around his shed and the world of the Curious Curios.... For the curious minds!
All photos taken by Claire Horton
The Girl Who... Play day 2
A short film exploring the central character's inner thoughts. Sen is a lonely person wanting to fit in with the world around him.
Brighter Futures - Flowers that Grow from Concrete
Brighter Futures London is a self-advocacy group of active young asylum
seekers and refugees with roots in a variety of countries and continents;
including West, Central and East Africa - from Togo to the Democratic
Republic of Congo and Somalia, to countries in South Central Asia such
as Kurdistan and Afghanistan, and finally the Americas, including
members from Latin American and Caribbean backgrounds.
As a group we try to get direct access to the Government to get our
voices heard. Our members are united by a passion and commitment to
engage with senior officials to inform policy and practice, build cohesion
and foster dialogue during challenging times.
Since 2010 this project has worked with over 35 young people, whose
passion and creativity has resulted in this exhibition and an opportunity
to share their stories.
The Girl Who... Exploring Manga - Day 5
The Final day of my manga research for Kazzum's upcoming show ' The Girl Who...' so I';ve decided it's more about the culture than the drawings that intrest me the most!
The Girl Who...Exploring Manga - Day 4
Today I chatted to people and thoughts went of in different directions. this is day 4 of my Research and development for THE GIRL WHO...Kazzum's upcoming show
The Girl Who...Exploring Manga - Day 1
Our next show 'The Girl Who...' (used to be called The Man Who.. as mentioned in the film) aims to use Manga as a creative influence. I spend a week finding out about the art form and the culture and create a video blog at the end of each day... so here is my first entry.
Brown Paper Packages
Brown Paper Packages is a concept for a new outdoor production. We spent 4 days playing around with the concept and then presented some ideas it to at Liberty Festival in Trafalgar Square.
Creating space for children to discover disability and difference.
An arts-based programme that engages the school community in understanding equality and access.