Award-winning Nimble Fish is a leading cultural producing company that specialises in creating high-quality, arts-led happenings that foster social change. We work in theatres and festivals, in schools and community settings…and in any number of unusual and unexpected places.
It’s springtime, though as of this writing you’d not yet know it. What better way to keep warm than to keep busy? Which is what we’ve been doing. We’re moving into the next phase of a series of workshops to London schools that offer a new and exciting look at Artsmark, in collaboration with A New Direction. There’s also ongoing international creative learning training and facilitating work with Creativity Culture & Education (CCE), which this spring takes us back to Norway and, here in the UK, work with Pakistani artists. We’re also very excited to be taking part in a new international creative practitioner forum in May, which will allow us to share and learn with dozens of others doing this kind of work.
This year also returns us to more straightforward producing, though with a show that’s anything but straightforward. We’re thrilled to be working with writer/performer Nick Makoha to produce a new version of his exciting one-man show, My Father and Other Superheroes. The new-model show will feature at the London Literature Festival in late May and at the Unicorn Theatre on 16 June. Here’s a snippet of Nick talking about the show in its first iteration…if you like the taste of this, you’ll love what’s coming in May and June!