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  • Blog from Dan Edge, Performer in Sprung

    Posted on: October 17th, 2016 by Emily Campbell

    Write some words about Sprung they said, anything you like they said. The thing I always get asked about Sprung is what’s it about for me that’s a simple answer having fun!
    I have never been part of a show like this before and probably won’t be again. Traveling around the country with some


    Welcoming our new EVS Volunteer Christian!

    Posted on: October 4th, 2016 by Emily Campbell

    Hi there! My name is Christian and I’m the new EVS Volunteer/Outreach Assistant here at Kazzum! I graduated with an BA in Contemporary Dance Education and worked on different interdisciplinary arts projects while performing for various audiences including children and young people.
    Drawing on my artistic background, I’m fascinated by Kazzum’s dynamic and inclusive


    Dancer and choreographer Dan Martin gives us an insight into ‘Sprung’ life

    Posted on: September 1st, 2016 by Emily Campbell

    What a pleasurable and beautiful journey Sprung has been so far. From the R&D to now, it’s been a very transforming experience for all involved.
    The thing that makes Sprung stand out is that it is blatantly obvious that for every moment in the show, we have thought deeply about our audience. This simple idea of


    Getting our heads stuck in boxes!

    Posted on: June 28th, 2016 by Emily Campbell

    Here’s a little blog from our Artistic Director, Heidi, on our touring installation – HeadSpace

    What would you say if I promised you that in two seconds flat I can take you to a tropical rainforest? Or, if you didn’t fancy that, put you on stage in front of thousands of screaming fans? Well,


    Messages of welcome

    Posted on: June 25th, 2016 by Emily Campbell

    Celebrating Refugee Week 2016

    If there’s ever a been a time for a giant welcome banner and an offering of understanding and friendship, it’s now.  There are millions of refugees on the move today, this very minute. They’re on the move because they have to be, often fleeing from their home because