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Bubble’s intergenerational project for 2015-16 exploring people’s immediate, and longer-term, reactions to the dropping of the world’s first atomic bomb over Hiroshima, blogged here.
From the people who make theatre at and with London Bubble
A blog written by volunteers on our latest intergenerational project exploring the history of the Mayflower voyage
Reflections from our Creative Volunteers who get involved by participating in a project, or by providing the support that allows others to participate.
We held a series of small and thoughtful events exploring the role of theatre in engendering wellbeing. Read blog entries reflecting on the activities which took place each day.
Here is where you can read and see what we have been up to as the project develops
Bubble’s intergenerational project for 2014-15 exploring engagement and dis-engagement with the political system, blogged here.
Peth’s personal blog shares the wonders of the theatre process.
A weekly blog about our intergenerational project exploring Primary schools, which took place between 2016 and spring 2018
Reflective pieces / commentary on specific projects.
Information on the project and the practice.
People of all ages take part in weekly drama classes at Bubble. Find out about their plans, projects and feedback.
Comments, reflections and anecdotes from our current group of young theatre makers.