A festival that brings living art to you.
The Festival of Small Things - a celebration of true encounters, intimate exchanges and the joy of things you can hold.
A project in four primary schools and two action-packed days of live events across Nottingham headlined our Festival with theatre taking place in market places, under a trees and on pavements.
Provocations in a card for discussion over a cup of tea with a friend, cards enclosing seeds to grow and offer hope and drama to be listened to on a cassette player were all a part of the festival's unexpected, un-showy and quiet experience.
SMALL THINGS BY POST INCLUDED
Two fresh tea bags arrive at your home along with suggestions for a natter written by award winning theatre maker Selina Thompson and designed by Honey Williams.
The Great Almighty Gill
A limited edition play on cassette tape by Daniel Hoffmann-Gill paying homage to his late father posted straight to your home.
Seeds straight from the gardens of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Ada Lovelace, Queen Victoria, Ellen Terry, Veronica Lake posted direct to your home by acclaimed artist and author Annabel Dover.
Please see an overview of the full Festival of Small Things programme here:
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