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Cookie Tongue & susan

COME DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE WITH US! Cookie Tongue. Image credits Omer Gal Cookie Tongue is a folky-noise-art musical project that “transcends expectations for a musical performance” with incantatory songs brought further to life in performance, layered theatre, puppetry, dance, poetry, costume and animation. The artists reside in the playful place of childhood adventures and they invite you along to ...
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COME DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE WITH US! Cookie Tongue. Image credits Omer Gal Cookie Tongue is a folky-noise-art musical project that “transcends expectations for a musical performance” with incantatory songs brought further to life in performance, layered theatre, puppetry, dance, poetry, costume and animation. The artists reside in the playful…
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Sophie Baker // Artist // SLAP

'Girls, it’s okay, you’re sitting on your fortune.'                            Sophie Bakers' brand new piece in development, questions how women are viewed, how equality has only come so far and how the tropes and materials of masculine and feminine power are hallowed and defiant but also arbitrary and ...
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“Girls, it’s okay, you’re sitting on your fortune.”                            Sophie Bakers’ brand new piece in development, questions how women are viewed, how equality has only come so far and how the tropes and materials of masculine and feminine…
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Safe(r) Spaces?

How do we create safe(r) spaces?   'Only through art can we emerge from ourselves and know what another person sees' Marcel Proust We understand the paradox of hosting a night of “challenging” art on whilst keeping a safe space for all. None of these ideas/artists are in violation with our safe-space policy at point of selection. Know ...
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How do we create safe(r) spaces?   “Only through art can we emerge from ourselves and know what another person sees” Marcel Proust We understand the paradox of hosting a night of “challenging” art on whilst keeping a safe space for all. None of these ideas/artists are in violation with…
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SLAP CALL OUT FOR ARTISTS.

OPPORTUNITY FOR MIDLANDS ARTISTS!     LITTLEWOLFPARADE IS BACK & WLTM LIKEMINDED ARTISTS. <3 We took some time off and we have been working on things behind the scenes, learning new skills, levelling up and searching for answers to life questions.... Apparently the answers are somewhat Googolplexian and can only be communicated with in colours that have not been invented ...
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OPPORTUNITY FOR MIDLANDS ARTISTS!     LITTLEWOLFPARADE IS BACK & WLTM LIKEMINDED ARTISTS. <3 We took some time off and we have been working on things behind the scenes, learning new skills, levelling up and searching for answers to life questions…. Apparently the answers are somewhat Googolplexian and can only be…
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KRISIS

Cross-Cultural Live Art Project (CCLAP) performances 11 – 12 November 2016 Various locations around Nottingham city center. We are thrilled to be working in collaboration with SOMETHING HUMAN curator collective Alessandra Cianetti and Annie Jael Kwan as a part of their KRISIS programmed events. CCLAP is a three year live art project began in 2014 that instigates the sharing of ...
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Cross-Cultural Live Art Project (CCLAP) performances 11 – 12 November 2016 Various locations around Nottingham city center. We are thrilled to be working in collaboration with SOMETHING HUMAN curator collective Alessandra Cianetti and Annie Jael Kwan as a part of their KRISIS programmed events. CCLAP is a three year live art…
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Homegrown Artist Development Programme tours to Nottingham.

Little Wolf Parade are excited to announce that our friends from HOME FOR WAIFS AND STRAYS Birmingham are coming with seven emerging/early career artists/performers/creative practitioners to perform here in Nottingham. All the selected artists are developing art that is live and considered innovative coming out of the West Midlands NOW!   EVENT 27TH MAY 7PM - LATE FACE ...
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Little Wolf Parade are excited to announce that our friends from HOME FOR WAIFS AND STRAYS Birmingham are coming with seven emerging/early career artists/performers/creative practitioners to perform here in Nottingham. All the selected artists are developing art that is live and considered innovative coming out of the West Midlands NOW!…
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The I’m Tired Project Exhibition of Photography – plus 1:1 booking & talk at Rough Trade

Upcoming news on Preview // opening night 14 MAY 6pm opening - late Free entry GAL // GuerillArtLab Nottingham, 25 Broad Street, Nottingham. NG13AP Paula Akpan and Harriet Evans are graduates of the University of Nottingham and are returning to where they started The 'I'm Tired' Project in May-June of 2015. (various opening times through May 14th - June ...
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Upcoming news on Preview // opening night 14 MAY 6pm opening – late Free entry GAL // GuerillArtLab Nottingham, 25 Broad Street, Nottingham. NG13AP Paula Akpan and Harriet Evans are graduates of the University of Nottingham and are returning to where they started The ‘I’m Tired’ Project in May-June of…
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New Producers Initiative – SPILL Festival 2014/15.

New Producers Initiative - SPILL 2014/15   Rachel Parry | Artistic Director | Curator | Producer | of Little Wolf Parade  has been awarded a year long professional development with SPILL Festival, Produced by PACITTI company.   SPILL FESTIVAL OF PERFORMANCE IS AN INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF LIVE ART ACTIVISM AND PERFORMANCE PRESENTING THE WORK OF EXCEPTIONAL ARTISTS FROM AROUND THE GLOBE.   CREATED IN 2007 BY PERFORMANCE ...
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New Producers Initiative – SPILL 2014/15   Rachel Parry | Artistic Director | Curator | Producer | of Little Wolf Parade  has been awarded a year long professional development with SPILL Festival, Produced by PACITTI company.   SPILL FESTIVAL OF PERFORMANCE IS AN INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF LIVE ART ACTIVISM AND…
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Lewys Holt and Katherine Hall – LWP Creative Quarter Pop Up

LWP Creative Quarter Pop Up   Lewys Holt and Katherine Hall are emerging performance artists who spend their time devising, sharing and digesting dance and other performance arts. Through the Subject To Change project they aim to create a comedic and thought-provoking performance work that enables audiences to play, reflect and indulge in creative dialogues to understand the ...
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LWP Creative Quarter Pop Up   Lewys Holt and Katherine Hall are emerging performance artists who spend their time devising, sharing and digesting dance and other performance arts. Through the Subject To Change project they aim to create a comedic and thought-provoking performance work that enables audiences to play, reflect and…
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