Have you ever been chased by a ‘Chappal’ before?
A generation or three of Mela goer’s will know what I mean and for those that don’t, never fear – think of a sandal or a slipper, reveal the toes – add some sparkly stuff and hey presto!
With our friends Bosi, we’ve come together and created an obviously silly piece of anarchic outdoor theatre, just how we like it.
Join us on tour – book us – call us – selfie us!
Chase that Chappal or be chased!
We attended the Great Get Together at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford on 24th June. Jay Kumar and his fantastic Bollywood workshop full of fun and energy entertained the crowds at this family friendly event that saw over 10,000 people celebrate the diversity of East London.
Have you seen Never set eyes on the Land, Chappal or In the Dhol Drums at an event this summer??
If so, we’d love your feedback! And best of all if you spare us 5 minutes you’ll be entered into a draw to win an iPad!!
Terms & Conditions apply and the winner will be announced toward the end of 2018.
Never set eyes on the Land is our newest installation and part of Nutkhut’s Defining Moment projects.
With the support of the Heritage Lottery fund we’ve been working with the amazing designing duo Abby and Alice as well as some wonderful community groups and volunteers to bring you this reflective piece about Partition.
Capturing parts of this momentous event in 20th century history we feel very privileged to have had the opportunity to chat with and learn from Partition survivors.
Never set eyes on the Land opens at the Greenwich & Docklands International Festival and is part of their programme from 22nd – 24th June.