Our Work - Past Projects

 Below is a timeline briefly outlining some of the key projects No Eyed Theatre have completed to date. Click on the titles to take you to the galleries for each project and find out more about them.

Great British Carnival - Olympic Park London (27th July 2014)

Working with Shademakers UK to create site decorations and costumes for the Great British Carnival Olympic Park Event. This event marked the half way point between London 2012 and Rio 2016 and featured the UK's leading carnival artists.

Warhorse Project for TMBC

(7th - 12th July 2014)

Working with Stone Soup and TMBC Cultural Services to deliver workshops to 70 young people. The aim was to create a professional looking theatre piece within a week starting from scratch. The week long workshops were put together with other local artists.

2014 was the 4th year we took part in Manchester Day, and the theme was "Going Global". We celebrated the theme with the Festival of Fools which has connections to the theme by being previously celebrated all over Europe.

No Eyed Theatre created the full set of costumes for MAODS 2014 production of "Jesus Christ Superstar". We received great feedback on these, especially from ACT, who quoted "The design of the piece had one concept, from the set, to the lighting, to the sound. Making the biggest impact were original and imaginative costumes by No Eyed Theatre"

Elevate 2014 - For Manchester Day 2014

(February - June 2014)

Throughout Manchester Day 2014, our artistic director Chris Anderson was chosen to take part in a training programme to learn skills in backpack carnival costume creation working with Shademakers UK. The skills learnt were transferred into a project, working with Manchester School of Samba to help create their section of the parade.

Big Digital Project for TMBC

(December 2013 - March 14)

TMBC Cultural Services asked us to work on their Big Digital Project, by working with local community groups to help them produce digital content that would culminate in a large scale light show. Through this process we worked with External Galleries, Pioneer People and 1st Newton Explorers.

TMBC decided to hold their first Christmas Markets in 2013, and to mark the opening of these, a Winter Wonderland Lantern Parade took to the streets. For this we made a selection of illuminated snow and ice themed costumes, which the crowd reacted extremely well towards.

As new projects are completed, more characters are created. Many of these characters are available to attend events for "Meet and Greet's" and photo opportunities for your guests. If you are interested in booking us for your event please contact us.

2013 was the 3rd year we took part in Manchester Day, and the theme was "Wish You Were Here". We celebrated the theme with "Welcome to Wonderland" with a variety of larger than life characters from the well known story.

For Stage Squad's 2012 - 2013 pantomime, we created a selection of lead character costumes for the production.

2012 was the 2nd year we have taken part in Manchester Day, and the theme was "The Sky's the Limit". This time we worked as a lead artist along side Cabasa Carnival Arts to create 167 character costumes for the parade.

For Stage Squad's and D4L's 2012 pantomime, we created a selection of lead character costumes for the production. Many of these were large scale builds for the Enchanted objects.

Manchester Day Parade 2011

(June 2011)

2011 was the 1st year we took part in Manchester Day, and the theme was "Voyage of Discovery". This entry won No Eyed Theatre the Youth Discovery award.

Over the years we have produced may short films, and continue to do so, using the green screen technique. Some have also had full scale sets built by us in the studio. We have also created short digital clips for theatrical projection. Please contact us if you require any digital work creating for your production.

We have also created may props, sets, and sculptures for various places, groups and organisations. Please contact us to find out more.

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