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  • What’s Your Favourite Animal?: Seeing Sounds at Ben Johnson Primary School

    Posted on: October 17th, 2017 by Emily Campbell

    Our new project at Ben Jonson primary school called ‘Seeing Sounds’ is an exciting opportunity for 2 small groups of students to collaborate with 2 professional artists as well as key adults from the school. We will be working together every Monday afternoon to develop the confidence, teamwork and wellbeing of the group


    Kazzum Presents: The Boy, The Bees and The Blizzard at Shoreditch Town Hall

    Posted on: September 30th, 2017 by Emily Campbell

    Kazzum presents
    The Boy, The Bees and The Blizzard
    By Mike Akers
    Director: Heidi Vaughan; Set and Costume Designer: Carl Davies;
    Sound Designer: Alex Johnston; Lighting Designer: Sam House
    Shoreditch Town Hall
    11 – 18 November
    Kazzum presents The Boy, The Bees and The Blizzard, a mysterious, light and playful mission for children aged


    A Sublime Feeling: Photos

    Posted on: August 24th, 2017 by Emily Campbell

    This time last week Kazzum was at The Salibsury Museum with Salisbury Playhouse premiering ‘A Sublime Feeling’. Directed  by Alex Evans, this outdoor piece was a response to the current exhibition at The Salisbury Museum.
    The performance follows the course of the longest day of the year, with the dramatic rising and setting of the


    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