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Produced by Little Earthquake. Commissioned by Midlands Arts Centre
Spring 2025 National Tour Co-Produced by Midlands Arts Centre and Southbank Centre

The Dog With Two Dads

A colourful show with songs about two papas and a pooch, celebrating families of every shape and size, and being loved for exactly who you are! For children aged 5+ and their adults.

“Made with heart and care, The Dog With Two Dads is a joy from start to finish, empowering young audiences to be true to themselves and exploring how to embrace those things which might make us different. An original and timely story, beautifully staged and written with humour and joy, the show is a treat for all the family and a great way to spark important conversations.”  — Alex Williams, Participation Producer, Southbank Centre

Produced by Little Earthquake as part of MoonFest, in association with Kaye Winwood Projects
Commissioned by Midlands Arts Centre

Rocket Fuel

In space, no one can hear your tummy rumble.

Little Earthquake teamed up with gastronomartist Kaye Winwood to create a delectable immersive theatrical dining experience inspired by Neil Armstrong’s in-flight menu during his journey to the Moon.

Guided by our trusty Flight Director, the performance compressed the Apollo 11 mission into a single spectacular event — combining surround sound, projection, live cameras and performers — leading guests all the way from the tense build-up on launch day right through to the celebration parades on the crew’s triumphant return.

Produced by Little Earthquake as part of Celebrating Age
Commissioned by Midlands Arts Centre

Culture Club / The Stolen Year

I co-led the strategy for Culture Club at MAC, a Baring Foundation-funded creative meeting ground for participants aged 70+ who are at risk of isolation and exclusion. I then worked with Culture Club members throughout the pandemic to create The Stolen Year, a theatrical audio installation which celebrated and shared the often-overlooked stories of Birmingham’s contemporary older generation during an intense period of global upheaval.

Their experiences were as individual as they are as people. But whether they were feeling liberated or isolated — reduced to tears or sparkling with gratitude — harvesting epic crops of beans or binge-watching Dr. Pimple Popper — what emerged amongst them all was a determination to draw on their own resources and to truly appreciate everything that’s good in their lives.

“A witty, moving and wholly authentic glimpse into the lives of a diverse range of older people experiencing the COVID lockdown. The work is original in form and enthralling for young and old audiences alike. This is amongst the best work I’ve seen that involves Elders in its co-creation.” – Kate Organ, Churchill Fellowships Advisory Council

A Little Earthquake initiative

East Meets West

A five-year Midlands-wide sector development programme that encouraged collaboration between and within the East and West Midlands, cementing the foundations of a more proactive, democratic and supportive community.

The programmes of work for East Meets West included industry conferences, artist and programmer development schemes, and the launch of an online hub to share resources and best practice.

Produced by Little Earthquake, in association with Black Country Touring

Young Producers / The Boy Who Became A Beetle

A brand new family musical, inspired by Kafka’s Metamorphosis, The Boy Who Became A Beetle was a funny, messy and moving new show for everyone who knows what it’s like to feel different.

The production was created as part of a year-long Young Producers project. 100 pupils in five Black Country primary schools became Young Producers, working with Little Earthquake and Black Country Touring to commission and create a brand-new piece of theatre for family audiences.

The Young Producers were involved in every element of the theatre-making process: from choosing the show idea and developing the story, through to recruiting the cast and creative team, contributing ideas for the design and music, and, finally, to hosting and promoting a performance in each of their own schools as part of its tour.

“This will undoubtedly be one of the memories of school and childhood that remains with the Young Producers – a sense of having made a contribution to something rare and special for their school and community at an extraordinary level of accomplishment.” – Kate Organ, Churchill Fellowships Advisory Council