First and foremost, we are creative producers and our work sits at the crossroads where genres and disciplines meet, blend and blur.
We regularly undertake research and development projects in order to constantly respond to the Arts ecology and improve our practices.
We look after a number of projects, artists and artworks and strive to craft unique experiences for our audiences.
We regularly promote events in an attempt to bring excellent art to diverse audiences. We are also committed to sharing skills and knowledge with other organisations and artists.
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A new project by artist & creative producer Leo Burtin, devised in collaboration with the queer de la crème of socially engaged practitioners, end of life specialists and older people.
The Midnight Soup is an invitation, to supper and to a conversation. A performance meal for 12 guests at a time.
Encounters is a one day micro-festival of public interventions
Le Bistroquet is a pop-up restaurant where the menu needs you!
Pub Culture is a series of events that take place in some of Britain's best loved social spaces.
Dance Cuts is a micro-festival of dance produced by Live At LICA and Ludus Dance
Creative Careers is a regular networking and professional support opportunity.
First Time - Last Time was a one off curatorial experiment.
Wildlife is a project by LEAP associate artist Lani Irving and supported by Lost & Found festival.
Cracking is a story telling project by Emma Geraghty, presented in various forms.