A series of events and workshops Commissioned by Freeform Arts and Norwich City Council in 2004
as part of the Catton Pride Project
There’s a lot of talk in this business – but you did what you said you would do.
Martin Goodrich – Freeform Arts
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Theatre of Adventure created songs and dance routines with refuse collectors, street cleaners, policemen, and real men doing real men’s work to create a theatrical cavalcade of a cleanup day in
Catton Grove, Norwich. Residents were invited to bring out all their cr**p. And they did!
Theatre of Adventure disguised as the Ponce Squad gave residents Top Design Tips and Serenading's.
Theatre of Adventure worked with the Fiddlewood BTCV Group, aged between 3 and 65, to create a promenade Spooky Spectacular performance in a beautiful piece of woodland in the centre of the Fiddlewood Housing Estate.
Ghostly comedy characters were created along with a whole variety of interactive happenings – such as priming all the local children to become Zombies at a given signal! Fire, music and a
giant shadow puppet performance all made this an amazing and unique event.
Theatre of Adventure created a spring unveiling ceremony for a
Freeform commissioned art work placed in Fiddlewood Wood.