• ProjectJump Start

    A high energy, physical adventure for boys, consisting of regular dance workshops, along with performance opportunities. October 2015 - July 2019

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  • ProjectRIOTE2

    Outdoor theatre companies from across Europe are getting together to share skills and ideas, to look at setting up a rural touring network, to develop a theatre skills sharing programme and to develop new theatre methods. November 2017 – August 2019

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  • ProjectHopper

    Taking place over two-years, Hopper brings specially created theatre shows into, pre-schools, nurseries, theatres, libraries and children’s centres, focusing on children from less advantaged areas.

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  • ProjectElements

    A practical action research programme of Early Years' creativity based around the four elements. October 2016 to April 2017

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  • ProjectOctagon Theatre Dance Development Project

    Developing Dance at The Octagon Theatre in Yeovil. 2013-2015

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  • ProjectLife Circles

    Life Circles has not been a project on how to teach older people to dance, but an exploration of how dance can effectively engage with the individual as a whole person and improve the quality of later life.

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  • ProjectAlive & Kicking

    Alive & Kicking was a two-year dance and health project for young people across Somerset. 2006-2008

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  • ProjectStep Change

    An ambitious two-year dance and health project for Somerset that touched the lives and lifestyles of over 1,900 people living in rural communities, residential homes, schools, special needs centres and the work place. 2008-2010

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  • ProjectUrban Dance

    The Urban Dance Project in Yeovil was led by Take Art in collaboration with a steering group of young people; connecting young people with both their bodies and their communities, through the music and moves they love. 2011 - 2015

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  • ProjectLittle Big Bang

    Little Big Bang was a grand scale Early Years Creativity project that ran for two years between 2009-2011, bringing creative professionals into key Somerset Children's Centres to work as part of their professional teams.

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