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Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen

Mac Barnett

Mac Barnett is a New York Times-bestselling author of stories for children. His books have been translated into more than 30 languages and sold more than 2 million copies worldwide. Mac's picture books include two Caldecott-Honor-winning collaborations with Jon Klassen: Sam & Dave Dig a Hole, which also won the E.B White Read-Aloud Award, and Extra Yarn, which won both the Boston Globe-Horn Book Award and the E.B. White Read-Aloud Award. Leo: A Ghost Story, illustrated by Christian Robinson, and The Skunk, illustrated by Patrick McDonnell, were named two of the Ten Best Illustrated Books of 2015 by The New York Times. Mac's novels include the Brixton Brothers mysteries and The Terrible Two series. He lives in Oakland, California.

Jon Klassen

Jon Klassen is a New York Times-bestselling author and illustrator. He's the first person to win both the American Caldecott Medal and the British Kate Greenaway medal in the same year. Jon's books have spent more than 100 weeks on the bestseller list and been translated into more than 20 languages. The first book he wrote and illustrated, I Want My Hat Back, was a Geisel Medal Honor Book and received the E.B. White Read Aloud Award. He has also received two Caldecott Honors, two more E.B. White Read Aloud Awards and many other honors. He was appointed a member of the Order of Canada, recognized for his "transformative contributions to children's literature" as an illustrator and author. Jon grew up in Niagara Falls, Canada, and now lives and works in Los Angeles, California.

Welcome

New Perspectives is an East Midlands' based touring theatre company, specialising in bringing new work to rural and community audiences. Through an annual programme of original adaptations, rare revivals and new writing, we aim to bring live theatre that is diverse, affordable and accessible into the heart of wide-ranging communities, as well as to regional, national and international venues.  
Our productions are testament to the fact that rural theatre is as relevant, challenging and vital as theatre made for any other environment. Our participatory projects, career defining training and mentoring opportunities for emerging regional talent and rural touring scheme Northants Touring Arts makes tangible difference to people where they live.

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ON NEXT

During these uncertain times theatre and creativity continue to make a positive impact.
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PLACE PRINTS
A 10-part audio series by visionary writer David Rudkin
 
THE SPIRIT trilogy online
as part of BAC Going Digital
View the trilogy is online this week through to 12 July
 
LOVE FROM CLEETHORPES
A drama in six postcards

SHHH...AKESPEARE online workshop
Macbeth retold - online here now!

TOURING IN 2021
SPRING
Stage premiere based on the book by Janet Frame

SUMMER
Quirky international bestseller

NEWS

Industry-wide we are facing a devastating impact from Coronavirus. If you have enjoyed our work and value our commitment to engaging with audiences and artists with limited access to live theatre please consider a donation to support our work over this challenging period. DONATE NOW
 
Our latest venture shows a novel way of reaching isolated rural audiences through a six-part drama written on a series of specially designed postcards. Find out more
 
Announcing the release of our epic audio series. Starring Toby Jones, Josie Lawrence,  Michael Pennington Steven Rea,  Juliet Stevenson, among many others, PlacePrints, by the maverick writer David Rudkin, tells the haunted stories of ten locations across the UK Find out more

We collected minute-long stories about your favourite Notts as part of the Nottstopping Festival Find out more