Talking Birds produces thoughtful, playful, resonant, mischievous and transformative meditations on people and place. Their work, which they call Theatre of Place, is characterised by a distinctive blend of humour, music and visual flair, in venues across the UK and internationally – from the Queen Elizabeth Hall on the South Bank to a cavernous underground car park in Scarborough. They often work collaboratively, connecting people and places in imaginative moments of identification and insight. Accessibility is at the heart of their projects, and they believe in the capacity of art to effect positive change for individuals and communities.
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