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Thriftmobile 2020

Thriftmobile 2020

The Thriftmobile adventured its way through the Borough of Redcar during the Festival Of Thrift’s digital edition in September 2020.

Working with Redcar based performance company Whippet Up we created the ultimate travelling festival experience as our colourful electric vehicle set out first thing to help spread the Thrifty word and remind people to tune in online and watch all of the marvellous content available! A Great Place funded project which took the festival atmosphere to the streets!

With parades not possible this year safe to say we had to think differently about how we could create a carnival atmosphere with social distancing in place, usually we are trying to bring as many people together in one place as we can so this was a challenge indeed! The Thriftmobile worked brilliantly to take The Festival of Thrift to the streets and working with Whippet Up we knew they would bring the party with them so it was great to see how people reacted as the Thriftmoble passed by creating fun colourful moments around the streets of Redcar.

Festival of Thrift
Thursday, August 31, 2017

130th Anniversary Event Middlesbrough Town Hall

130th Anniversary Event Middlesbrough Town Hall

An extraordinary event staged to celebrate 130th anniversary of the opening of Middlesbrough Town Hall. As producers we brought together hundreds of people and persuaded them to join us for the day as we dressed them in period costume and took to the streets to await our special guests!

A horse drawn carriage with our own special Prince & Princess of Wales arrived to brass band fanfare playing the A-team theme of course! A sepia photograph taken by Charles Twist documented the event in a tradionally fitting way as even made their way back into the building to continue the celebrations!

I would just like to say what a fantastic day we had on Saturday from start to finish it was very friendly, interesting and well thought out...A big hand goes to you and all involved in setting up such a memorable occasion and we will be keeping an eye out to get involved in other local events in the area, thank you!

Participant
Thursday, August 31, 2017

Futureboro

Futureboro

Artist Michele Wren created the very first People’s Planning Office at the Town Hall in Middlesbrough in 2018, working with community groups and residents to let people have their say and design their future town.

As part of the FutureBoro project Michelle asked residents to take on the role of the Town Planner and decide what they would build, save and demolish and to mark their observations and improvements for the town on a large map, asking people to come up with ideas, from the huge and impossible to the tiny and probable, which she transformed into fantastic cardboard installations shown in an outdoor exhibition in Centre Square.  

I just totally loved working with you. Honestly it was a fantastic supportive experience. So proud of how it all ended up and the small group of people that formed from the local community. I just think it was great! I want to thank you both for the support and the fantastic opportunity and introducing me to such a great town with great people. I really hope we can all work together again! I would do it in a heart beat!

Michele Wren
Artist
Thursday, August 31, 2017

You Are Stardust

You are Stardust

A delightful interactive performance that we created for children aged 2 – 5 years which explores the magical, mystical world of Estelle and her search for stardust. Estelle is fascinated by the stars and her biggest wish is to find some stardust of her very own, so she can have the beauty of the stars with her all the time. The performance joins Estelle as she explores the world far and wide on her quest to capture a little jar of magic.

Beautiful storytelling, movement and music combine to create an enchanting, interactive show exploring how sometimes the very thing you are looking for is right under your nose… Produced and presented by Stellar Projects; devised and performed by Urban Kaos with an original soundtrack composed and recorded by Danny Allinson.

Walking in through the fairy light tunnel to see the huge starry lantern was fabulous, truly stunning. Sitting on the large cushions with blankets gave a wonderful informality to the atmosphere which got rid of any concerns about whether the little one would behave.

Visitor
Thursday, August 31, 2017

Just to say we thoroughly enjoyed the show and were very impressed. My son doesn't usually last for more than about ten minutes so to keep him so engaged and interested was a major feat and done so beautifully. Thank you so much!

Visitor
Thursday, August 31, 2017

AMAZING! I want a giant, revolving star machine! I posted a few pictures and a video of it on social media - it attracted a lot of attention from other curious parents. You used lots of different theatrical props to engage the children and create atmosphere - it was magical and far exceeded my expectations!

Visitor
Thursday, August 31, 2017

I think the whole thing was very well thought out and had a beautiful message that rings true no matter the age.

Visitor
Thursday, August 31, 2017

We enjoyed the whole thing from start to finish - walking through the stars to sitting on the mats, being under the sea and then on the moon and the overall message of the story was amazing!

Visitor
Thursday, August 31, 2017

Enjoy the Ride

Enjoy the Ride

A pedal powered Carnival parade full of vibrant colours and Captain Cook adventure, created to celebrate the arrival of the Tour de Yorkshire toIn Middlesbrough 2016.

The spectacular parade brought together community costume groups, professional performers and musicians with a cavalcade of decorated bikes and cycling enthusiasts from across the Borough. School and community groups from across Middlesbrough worked with carnival artists to make costumes ready to join the parade on the day, inspired by Captain Cook and the ships from his famous voyages, the procession celebrated the sights and sounds of the far flung places Cook visited, using their traditional colours, patterns and motifs to take the audience around the world and back again.

It was lovely for our students to take part in the event they all enjoyed the loud music, bright colours and crowds of people; it offered a lovely social and sensory experience

Teacher
Thursday, August 31, 2017

Festival of Thrift

Festival of Thrift

2018 saw the inaugural Thrift Parade which launched the festival in style and included hundreds of participants from local youth, community groups and schools, as well as performance groups and cyclists heading up the parade. 

Our role involved the fundraising, development and delivery of the parade as well as engaging community group across Redcar in the event.

Once again, a huge THANK YOU to YOU BOTH! Thanks for all the creativity, thought, care and plain hard slog you have put into the Parade this year

Stella Hall
Festival Director
Thursday, August 31, 2017

We cannot thank you enough for such a wonderful opportunity. Out of a class of 21 children, 19 attended the festival, which is an excellent turn out for our school. Children who are usually shy and reserved were happy to walk alongside their peers in the parade and did so with a beaming smile. The children then enjoyed going back to school the next week, putting their costumes back on and telling their peers all about the event

Teacher
Thursday, August 31, 2017

Make & Mend Festival

Make & Mend Festival

We are the creators and producers of the Make & Mend Festival which is now in it’s third year at Preston Hall Museum & Grounds in Stockton-on-Tees. It is a 1 day festival of making and wellbeing,  a place where we hope to spread our passion for making and its ability to repair, restore and rejuvenate. 

​The Make & Mend Festival started in 2018 with a desire to create an event that would inspire, teach and nourish – impacting on the life of those who attend in a positive way. Our aim is to encourage visitors to unleash their creative spirit and let their true colours shine through.

Fantastic workshops – so much covered in an hour! Workshop leaders were brilliant – friendly, welcoming and knowledgeable.

Visitor
Make & Mend Festival
Thursday, August 31, 2017

Nothing more beneficial for the mind and soul than a day of crafting, socialising and yoga. Perfect

Visitor
Make & Mend Festival
Thursday, August 31, 2017

Thank you for organising such a fabulous event! It really rejuvenated me & inspired me!

Visitor
Make & Mend Festival
Thursday, August 31, 2017

Pages of the Sea

Pages of the Sea

Thousands of people joined us on Redcar Beach to mark 100 years since Armistice and the end of the first world war.

We produced the event on behalf of Sunderland Culture and 1418 NOW, working with local artists Stuart Langley and Diane Watson to create a huge sand portrait of Private Theophillus Jones, a local man who died in the war.

The project was devised by Danny Boyle and saw communities gather across 32 beaches to say goodbye and thank you to the people who left their shores. 

As Regional Producer of Pages of the Sea for Sunderland Culture I was involved in overseeing Danny Boyle's astonishing First World War Armistice commemorative project.  This included Sunderland's Roker Beach, Redcar Beach and some involvement in Seahouses Beach.  Owing to geography and capacity it was essential that we engaged additional producers to manage the Redcar Beach event and we were able to appoint Stellar Projects to do this for us.  Despite the short notice Rachel and Lyndsey were able to quickly and efficiently put in place a local programme to complement the elements created through Danny Boyle's vision.  Their local knowledge - of artists, production staff and suppliers was invaluable and they managed all these aspects well.  Throughout the project they remained calm, patient and good humoured, resulting in an excellent event which achieved national recognition.  I would thoroughly recommend Stellar Projects as Producers and Event Managers and would gladly work with them again if the opportunity arose.

Helen Green
Sunderland Culture
Thursday, August 31, 2017

The Stars Come Out at Night

The Stars Come Out at Night

Our touring illuminated artwork which captures the beauty of the night sky and brings a glimmer of starlight right down to earth! This large sculptural installation slowly rotates to reveal beautiful star patterns on the surrounding landscape, making it a perfect focal point for an evening event. The installation is a playful take on children’s projectors which cast patterns of the constellations on bedroom walls and ceilings, helping children to sleep.

The installation is accompanied by a beautiful soundtrack created by composer Oliver Vibrans.

The installation has featured at the following events:

Lumiere, Durham in 2019 

Nightfall, Stockton-on-Tees 2019

Leeds Light Night 2018 – inside Trinity Church