PROJECTS

Tmesis regularly collaborate with other organisations nationally and internationally to create original new work for a variety of places or settings. We have worked with organisations including, Barefeet (Zambia), Backup- Ignition (Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse), Fadunito (Spain), Writing on the Wall and higher education establishments on special performance projects including, Fourth Monkey, Salford University and The Arden.

 

 

 

Please get in touch if you are interested in collaborating or need specialist help with creating movement for your project!

TO SEE YOU, AT LAST

COLLABORATION WITH LEEDS PLAYHOUSE

In August 2019 Elinor was invited as a movement director to go to Japan to collaborate with Leeds Playhouse, creating a show with both young actors from Leeds and Tokyo. This was an incredible cultural exchange and an unforgettable experience.

 

The piece explored human connection, a lot of which was explored physically because of the language barrier, and was a beautiful meeting of two cultures, performed at OwlSpot Theatre, Tokyo and Kani Arts Centre.

1919 RACE RIOTS

This was a COoL (Creative Organisations of Liverpool) collaborative project with First Take, writing on the Wall and Pagoda Arts for Black History Month that explored Liverpool’s 1919 Race Riots and the tragic death of Charles Wotten.

 

We worked together to create a series of films for an AR trail across the city and then created live performance for an animated Walking Tour that brought the tragic events to life at the locations where it took place across the city.

NOW OR NEVER

Now or Never is a physical performance made with young women ages 14-19, exploring their views on the climate crisis. It was made in summer 2021,  and performed outdoors at our Seeds of Change event launch in Liverpool 8. The project was supported by the Granada Foundation.

 

‘I gained an experience I will always remember. I learnt a new skill (physical theatre) and met like minded brilliant people.’

 

‘It felt more empowering knowing that everything to do with the project was made and performed by females only’