Tangled Feet are an ensemble of theatre practitioners committed to making original work. The company has developed a trademark style of experimental performance, which always begins from a process of physical improvisation and play. Find out more about us.
Tangled Feet News
Were you one of the 6,000 people that joined in the performance of One Million in Brighton?
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We hope you can be a part of the Tangled Feet Tour this summer:
Fri 23 & Sat 24 May, 9.45pm
18th May, 12pm, 1.30pm and 3pm – Wandsworth Festival
18th & 19th August – Alnwick Gardens
23rd & 24th August – Birmingham: Summer in Southside
30th August – Apetite Festival
31st August – Disco Loco, Hackney
20th, 21st & 2nd June – Imagine Watford Festival
We are thrilled to announce that One Million, our spectacular story about young people, will be performed at this years Brighton Festival. The production was originally commissioned by The Greenwich + Docklands International Festival in 2013.
You can see One Million at 9.45pm on Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th May. Full details on the production can be found here:
We are delighted to announce that The Baily Thomas Charitable Fund has awarded Tangled Feet a grant to continue working with Rainbow SIBS – young people who are siblings of people with and affected by Autism. We will be delivering a six week project at Green Wrythe Primary School in Surrey in the summer term of 2014-14 academic year. For more information please contact our Participation Manager.
We are delighted to announce that Tangled Feet has received a grant from The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation. This grant will enable us to provide ongoing professional development opportunities for young people that have previously been involved in our Participation Programme.
Madeleine Lloyd Webber, Trustee for the Foundation, says: “I’m delighted to announce the Foundation’s support of these projects which give young people valuable experience within professional arts organisations. We often forget about the talented individuals working behind the scenes, but it is equally important to provide training for the skills as it is for performers, so the arts across the UK can continue to produce to the highest standards.”
Tangled Feet’s Participation Manager Alexis Ramsden: “This is fantastic news and I’m delighted Tangled Feet have been given the resources to keep working with, and supporting, many of the incredibly talented young people that we have met in the last few years. Over the next 24 months we will be able to offer internships, work placements and professional development workshops which we hope will inspire the next generation of theatre makers to continue a career in the arts”
The grant was announced recently in The Stage.