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Environmental Theatre & Arts

Dodgy Clutch Theatre

Committed to making the arts exciting, enjoyable and accessible to a wide audience. Their philosophy is to bring the arts into a very public arena and all three areas of their work do this in different ways. Dodgy Clutch has always worked in schools and with community groups on projects to develop creativity in performance. Based in Newcastle upon Tyne.

Email: enquiries@dodgyclutch.com
Website: http://www.dodgyclutch.com/latest.htm

Greenmuseum.org

Greenmuseum.org is an online museum, making environmental art, facing artists, community groups, nonprofit organizations and arts institutions. It helps people create, present and appreciate art that heals our relationship with the natural world.

Email: info@greenmuseum.org
Website: http://greenmuseum.org/

Kneehigh Theatre

Uses challenging, accessible and anarchic theatre for a diverse local and national audience. Ourshows:’Tristan and Yseult’ and ‘Cymbeline’ started life as outdoor shows, playing in epic but intimate spaces: Restormel Castle, The Minack, The Eden Project and Rufford Abbey. These elemental and charged spaces add a physical and vocal robustness to our performance style, which becomes further distilled when we work ‘indoors'. Based in Cornwall.

Telephone: 01872 267910
Website: http://www.kneehigh.co.uk/

Mikron Theatre Company

A little touring theatre company with the reputation for tackling large scale subjects and turning history into vivid and dramatic entertainment. They tour on a narrowboat on the inland waterways of Britain in the summer and by road in the autumn months. Based in Huddersfield.

Email: admin@mikron.org.uk
Website: http://www.nutmegpuppet.co.uk/http://www.mikron.org.uk/index.php

Red Earth

Red Earth - is an international, environmental arts group that identifies connections between art, science and nature through research process, experimentation, exploration and public participation. Red Earth creates site-specific installations and performances in response to the landscape. Collaborations between artists and other specialists in their field include: geologists, architects, farmers, archaeologists, historians, ecologists, astronomers, land managers, animals and communities. Based in Brighton.

Email: contact@redearth.co.uk
Website: http://www.redearth.co.uk/home2a.html

The Lions Part

An eclectic company of like-minded professional performers who collaborate to create seasonal festivals, plays and theatre pieces that transform public and community spaces as well as traditional theatres with a fusion of stories, playtexts, music, customs and heritage. Based in London.

Email: info@thelionspart.co.uk
Website: http://www.thelionspart.co.uk/index.html