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Kazzum is for young audiences and they believe theatre can work just as well in a festival field as on a traditional stage, and in a classroom as in a car park.

They don’t do traditional shows or have audiences sitting in rows in a theatre. Instead, they have them move around, get involved and be part of the action. They create shows from scratch, making their offer fresh, playful and unexpected.

Funding awards

  • 2012-2013: £127,927
  • 2013-2014: £130,869
  • 2014-2015: £134,272

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Kazzum - Nana's Jumble

A hilarious storytelling performance for children. There’s tea and squash, puppets emerge from the jumble, and there’s even a tombola! But (and not even granddaughter Josie can deny it) the best things about this jumble sale are Nana’s amazing stories from her travels around the world…

Kickstarter - Nana's Jumble Donate and support Kazzum's new Kickstarter Campaign for a new show touring to East London play spaces this summer Thank you

Waiting Game R&D

a mock Newsnight TV programme exploring people's attitudes towards immigration

Waiting Game R&D Film 2013

As part of the research and development for Kazzum's upcoming show 'Waiting Game' we worked with a group of performers for 4 days. each day they had to respond to a different art form. Here is the response to retelling the story through abstract film.

Addressed to a Friend

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.

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Contact details

Oxford House
Derbyshire Street
E2 6HG

51.525879, -0.05961

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