Produced by Stuart Mullins in partnership with the University of Hertfordshires Heritage Hub,  Ghost Papers (2016) was part of Sparks Might Fly bringing academic researchers into partnership with world class performance artists to make their research accessible to the public. Based on the research of Dr Janice Norwood into the history of a largely-forgotten group of Victorian English actresses, we invited choreographer Julia Cheng (House of Absolute) to collaborate. 



Directed and produced by Stuart Mullins, Freefall (2017) in collaboration with Unit Twenty Three, funded by Arts Council, supported by Welwyn Hatfield District council  was a high quality theatre production for young audiences proving to be an effective tool for finding hidden young carers who may well otherwise not access the support needed. 




Originally conceived by Stuart Mullins in collaboration with Theatre Is and Throwdown UK, Its Our Theatre became a nationally renowned engagement and talent development project, funded by Art Council, Thurrock Council, The Port of Tilbury and Comic Relief. From its inception in 2008, and over the next 5 years, Its Our Theatre connected with over 14,000 creatively talented young people in places such as Luton, Thurrock, Norfolk and Corby. 


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