Much of the Blahs’ work continues to be developed in collaboration with artistic and strategic partners. We are currently working with the following companies and organisations, both in the UK and internationally.
Yellowcat Theatre, with whom the Blahs have developed The Vultures’ Song and who are currently touring their version of the play to schools and theatre venues in India.
Utopia Theatre: The Blahs’ Artistic Director Deborah Pakkar-Hull has recently been involved in an R&D process as a Consultant Artist with Utopia, to develop a performance for intergenerational audiences in theatre and community settings, inspired by the local story of David Oluwale.
Nameless Theatre, a Theatre in Education company made up of young people from Heckmondwike Grammar School, who have been working with the Blahs to create a performance to tour to local primary schools.
C&T are collaborating with the Blahs to create online digital resources to accompany The Vultures’ Song
Dynamix is a group of young refugees and migrants who have recently worked with the company to develop their performance skills in order to share their experiences and stories.
The Discovery Centre, with whom the Blahs are developing a site-specific performance inspired by archive materials and artefacts in the centre.
We welcome new partnerships and if you feel that you have a project which we might be interested in supporting, please get in touch.