April 2015 - Directors Portrait of The McGuires
Berlin based production company Rekorder came to create a little filmic portrait of us...
Dates for your Diary
Museums at Night Vote for one of the 5 museums and galleries below to win us for one night of magic. The venue with the most votes will work with us to lead an event in the October Museums at Night festival. Dulwich Picture Gallery, Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, The Royal Armouries, Leeds, Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, The Williamson Art Gallery and Museum. On the 1st of May cast your vote here.
Our haunting installation based on Shakespeare’s tragic character Ophelia will open Altered Festival 2015 on the 1st of May in St. James’s Church in Aslackby. You’ll also be able to visit the installation from the 2nd to the 4th of May between 11 am and 7pm. St. James’s, Aveland Way, Aslackby, Lincolnshire, NG34 0HZ
The festival marks the conclusion of Altered: Contemporary Art in Ancient Churches – a pioneering initiative masterminded by partners the University of Lincoln, the Diocese of Lincoln and artsNK – which has for years challenged audiences to view historic church buildings in innovative ways through new artworks. It will take place in the Lincolnshire villages of Grasby, Greetwell, Burgh Le Marsh, Burton Pedwardine, Heckington, Swineshead, Aslackby and Gedney.
Here is where you can see The Icebook anytime soon:
Horse+Bamboo Puppetry Festival, The Boo, Rossendale/UK: July, 5th 2015
Alderney Performing Arts Festival, The Methodist Hall, Guernsey /UK: May, 23rd 2015
Orbis Pictus, Palais de Tau, Reims/ France: April, 24th, 25th & 26th 2015