We are looking for an artist or artists based in the Bovey Tracey / Newton Abbot area to work with us on an upcoming project with Stover Country Park. Over the last few years we’ve been working with the team at Stover and during the Spring / Summer of 2024, we’ll be working with pupils… Continue reading We are hiring!
Come to our mini festival on the 29th/30th April. There will be art entertainment on the street, in the park and by the sea. There will be madcap comedy and dancing in Polyfields Community Centre. And we hope that this is the start of something, bringing brilliant artists from across the UK to North Devon… Continue reading Stepping Out
We have been working with East the Water Year 6 pupils, who have created a wonderful selection of photographs, poems and sound recordings inspired by the beautiful Northam Burrows. We are very proud of the results and hope that they are too. An exhibition and a sharing of their poetry, to be experienced on headsets… Continue reading Where the River meets the Sea…
Thanks to a grant from Arts Council England and additional funding from the North Devon Coasts AONB, the Burton Art Gallery, the National Trust and the Bideford Bridge Trust – we are going to be hosting two weekends of entertainment and performance in the local area in September. Watch this space for further details!
Exciting news! We’re part of a ground-breaking, national programme of events Green Space Dark Skies which is happening in extraordinary outdoor sites across the UK. We’ll be leading on the event happening in the Exmoor National Park on 28th May. 500+ people will gather in a (currently) secret location at twilight. These people will become… Continue reading Green Space Dark Skies
We were delighted to at long last to bring The Whistlers to Inside Out Dorset at Symondsbury Estate (with Covid messing with plans along the way). Dorothy Max Prior, Editor of Total Theatre wrote a review of the Festival, including the Whistlers in the joyous mix. You can read it HERE – thank you Max!
We have been working with the fantastic team at Stover Park near Newton Abbot, to see how we might help them in their future plans to bring performance to the park – in a way that complements the natural environments that can be found there. We met with some volunteers who spend much of their… Continue reading Stover Park
In June 2019 Red Herring Productions received a commission from Green Carpet – a relatively new consortium of four arts organisations from France, Belgium and the UK. We were commissioned to create a show that would be developed through a series of residencies in each place, returning 3 months later to perform in each place… Continue reading The Whistlers on Tour: a tale of Covid, Brexit and Climate change
Encountering the Whistlers For 3 days we worked with John Nicholson (of Peepolykus fame). He worked with us for 2 days in March 2020, just before the reality of the pandemic struck and it was satisfying to see how much our ideas and designs had progressed since then. We now have a set of costumes.… Continue reading The Relief of Playing in Lockdown Pt 3
Playing with Sound For two days we worked with Thor McIntyre Burnie – sound artist extraordinaire – to explore some technology and to make some decisions around our touring kit. I should explain: the premise for our show is that a small group of Whistlers have arrived in a wood. These are an ancient tribe… Continue reading The Relief of Playing in Lockdown Pt 2