Thank you!

For making things possible.

Tangled Feet works hard to build long-term, strategic relationships and partnerships with the people that fund our work. 

 

Everybody at Tangled Feet is very thankful for the goodwill and generosity we have continue to receive.  From organisations that fund our theatre productions to charitable trusts and foundations that support our Participation Programme, and crucially, the partners that support our core costs, each funder plays a vital role in ensuring Tangled Feet can continue doing what we do best - making wonderful theatre.

 

To those of you that have supported us in the past, and for those who are just joining us on our adventure - thank you.

 

Tangled Feet is a registered charity governed by a Board of Trustees. We thank them for their support, Beccy Allen (Chair), Mouhammed Choukeir, Catherine Boyd, Michael Webb, Sophie Watson and Catherine McKinney.

 

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Arts Council England
Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation
Odin Charitable Trust
Awards For All
Bailey Thomas
Children in Need
The Hanley Trust
Foyle Foundation
NGYT

News

News

Apr 13th 2020

Co-Directors Residency in Iceland cut short by Covid-19: Finding new ways to work

On March 8th Tangled Feet Co-Directors Kat and Nathan flew to Iceland to take up a two week residency at the University of the Arts Reykjavik. At that stage, 1 month a go, there were 100 cases of Coronavirus in the UK, a rumour spreading that Italy would lock the northern region and a real sense of not knowing what we would return to.   There was a heightened tension at the airport – our first experience of gloved and distanced customer service teams, quiet security screening and much hand washing. We flew on a beautifully clear day, and as the icy vistas came into view from the aeroplane window for the first time we felt a huge sense of awe. The idea of polar icecaps (and their melting) is often very abstract, but this whole landscape of ice stretching in every direction suddenly made the world feel both smaller and more epic

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    The most accessible and original theatre company working in the UK today”

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    For Tangled Feet, theatre is a contact sport”

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    Tangled Feet, the masters of physical theatre”

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    They are defining the future of theatre”

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