• This is the page to catch up with what we've been doing!
  • The Merry Maker Summer Tour Report

    Posted on: August 9th, 2017 by Emily Campbell

    The Merry Maker has been busy making the ordinary extraordinary this summer!
    Check out our photos/video from our Tower Hamlets Playspace Tour and our time at Battersea Powerstation and Stockton International Riverside Festival:
    Didn’t get the chance to see us? Don’t fret, you can get your homemade raps in


    Turning Points Summer Party at Praxis

    Posted on: July 24th, 2017 by Emily Campbell

    Last week we celebrated our interactive installation Turning Points at Praxis Community Projects with games, food and lots of dancing!
    These interactive sculptures created in 2017 are the result of an ongoing collaboration with over 150 young Refugees and Asylum Seekers from across London, who took part in workshops which explored drawing, printmaking, creative


    The Merry Maker Summer Tour Playspace Tour: July 26th-August 6th

    Posted on: July 4th, 2017 by Emily Campbell

    With the kind support of Tower Hamlets Council, Kazzum will be touring The Merry Maker-a fun and interactive performance to Play Centres and Housing Estates in East London this summer FREE of charge!
    The Merry Maker is presented by a performer using a mobile trike, who entertains and interacts with his audience


    A Sublime Feeling: A Salisbury Playhouse Stage 65 Youth Theatre Production in collaboration with Kazzum in the garden at Salisbury Museum

    Posted on: May 23rd, 2017 by Emily Campbell

    Inspired by the current exhibition at Salisbury Museum British Art:Ancient Landscapes, Stage 65, Salisbury Playhouse’s Youth Theatre, will be working with Kazzum to create a special theatre performance in the beautiful surroundings of the garden at Salisbury Museum.
    British Art: Ancient Landscapes includes work by John Constable, JMW Turner, Eric Ravilious, John Piper and


    Refugee Week 2017: Free creative workshops for London Schools

    Posted on: April 20th, 2017 by Emily Campbell

    Refugee Week 2017 is about solidarity with refugees and asylum seekers celebrating what they bring to the UK. The festival is dedicated to the strength of the UK’s communities, building tomorrow together for a shared future.
    Kazzum specialises in creating theatre productions and creative arts projects for young people. Our work has evolved from