He Ain't Heavy Previews
He Ain't Heavy Previews

Photo taken by Paul Blakemore during the dress rehearsal for He Ain't Heavy previews at The Trinity Centre, October 2016.

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Atlas R&D
Atlas R&D

Atlas R&D at The Point Eastleigh, whilst an Associate Artist there.

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Arts Council England funded project
Arts Council England funded project

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He Ain't Heavy Previews
He Ain't Heavy Previews

Photo taken by Paul Blakemore during the dress rehearsal for He Ain't Heavy previews at The Trinity Centre, October 2016.

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He Ain't Heavy also supported by: The Elmgrant Trust, The Trinity Centre, Circomedia, Hull Truck Theatre, The Point Eastleigh, The Invisible Circus, Yard Arts, Bristol Autism Support, Jacksons Lane and Hull City Council.

 
 
Oddly Moving was established by Grania in 2016 and is produced by Turtle Key Arts.

Our first show He Ain't Heavy toured the U.K. 2017 - 2018 to 13 venues, we ran workshops for young people with learning disabilities and their siblings and delivered training on relaxed performances for venues.

We are now creating ATLAS, a circus, theatre and storytelling show based on the Greek myth of Atlas holding up the heavens and reflecting the emotional weight we all carry. Due to premiere Spring 2022.

We will soon be launching the ATLAS workshop programme which will focus on devising and play to build resilience, for 16 - 25 year olds as well as Circus-Physics workshops for 12 - 14 year olds. 

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