One Million – Creative Response

Have you experienced unemployment?

Do you know someone unable to find work?

Do you have something to say about the 1 million unemployed young people in the UK today?

Tangled Feet welcomes provocations and creative responses on these themes as we create our latest production One Million – an attempt to tackle this urgent issue.

Share your experiences with us, whether it be in the form of a photo, video, song, picture, poem or simply just a word.

One Million focuses on the one million unemployed under 25s in the UK today. Performances are on June 28th and 29th at 10pm in Royal Arsenal, Woolwich and will feature live music, fireworks, moving structures and mass participation as well as spoken word and aerial performances.

Help to shape our response and share your own by posting your thoughts and reactions on our site under the Creative Response category.

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We want to hear YOUR voice!


1 Comment


  1. January 15, 2016  3:31 pm by Kaija Scheuerman

    Hello there, my name is Kaija Scheuerman and for my HL Theatre course, I need to research a devising theatre company. I've read through the general information about this company, and I'd really love to know a lot more about the process of creating. How do you begin, what is the starting point and how to you continue from that point? From an acting standpoint, how do productions come alive, what drives the performance? What conventions and techniques do you use, and are they used for every production or is the process different each time? Is there a certain stress on voice or movement? For my theatre course, the process is a crucial aspect of devising. Also, I'd really love to know more about technical elements. How are technical aspects incorporated, what is their importance in a production? Are sets/props (if used) used from the very beginning or are they integrated later? Also, how is light and sound used, do you use them to project abstract ideas? It would be great if you could answer my questions, thanks so much!

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