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40 arts centres across the country are leading 40 new projects which will together create a picture of England’s communities at a local and national level:

Arc, North East

Umar Butt & Invisible Flock

Lost in Translation

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Arts at the Old Firestation, South East

Aaron Williamson

The Slangon Market Stall

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Arts Centre Washington, North East

Field Music & Paul Summers

Poems of Town

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Artsdepot, London

Take Stock Exchange

You, Me, the World & Finchley

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Attenborough Arts Centre, East Midlands

Next Door Dance

Walk 0.3 Miles in My Boots

images of young dancers performing in green t-shirts and sunflower wreaths around their necks, during half time at a very busy rugby game
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Battersea Arts Centre, London

Sonia Hughes & Jo Fong

“How do you say…”

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Bernie Grant Arts Centre, London

Stacey McKnight & Abena Noel

Dance, Power, Action

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Bluecoat, North West

Simon & Tom Bloor

Bluecoat Platform

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Brewery Arts Centre, North West

Imitating the Dog


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Brewhouse Arts Centre, South West

Wassail Theatre Company

Whispering Willows

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Cambridge Junction, South East

Scottee & Friends Ltd

Would Like To Meet

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Cast, Yorkshire

Al Heighton and Chinwe Russell

Audiences of Doncaster

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Colchester Arts Centre, East

Lisa Wesley

Silent Conversations

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Contact, North West

Contact Young Company & Tammy Reynolds, Amy Vreeke and Javaad Alipoor

The Starter Kit

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Corn Exchange Newbury, South East

Caroline Horton

The Museum of Listening

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Creative Folkestone, South East

Stacy Makishi

Church of the Latter Day Sinners

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Customs House, North East

Hit the Ground Running

One of the Lads

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Exeter Phoenix, South West

Dominic from Luton

Arts Centre

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Farnham Maltings, South East

Alice Kettle

For the Love of It

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Gulbenkian Theatre, South East

Siobhan Hogan & Sprankenstein

This is Art

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HOME, North West

Nickie Miles-Wildin

HOME is where the art is

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Jacksons Lane, London

Scarabeus Aerial Theatre


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Lawrence Batley Theatre, Yorkshire

Hoot Creative Arts

The Conversation

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Lighthouse, South West

Paines Plough & Andrew Muir

Round and About

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Lincoln Drill Hall, East Midlands

Zest Theatre

Ready Steady Disco

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Midlands Arts Centre, West Midlands

Nilupa Yasmin

Making Visible Women’s Work

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Norwich Arts Centre, East

Piers Harrison-Reid

The Full English

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Queens Hall Arts Centre, North East

Davy & Kristin McGuire

Unsung Heroes

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Rich Mix, London

Martin Richmann & Luxx


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The Albany, London

Nigel & Louise

A Question for the People of Deptford

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The Civic, Yorkshire

Caroline Cardus and Dolly Sen

The Way Ahead

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The Core, East Midlands

Mella Faye & Pecho Mama

Mother, Daughter, Father, Son

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The Spring Arts Centre, South East

Gobbledegook Theatre

Signs of Solidarity

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The Trinity Centre, South West

Roxana Vilk


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Waltham Forest and The Barbican, London

Dawinder Bansal

We Found Love in the 80s

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Watermans Arts Centre, London

Abby Z and the New Utility

Radioactive Practice

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Waterside Arts , North West

154 Collective with Jessica Loveday


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Z-arts, North West

Company Chameleon

It’s Good to Talk

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