Current Touring Projects

The Last Minutes Before Mars

A panicked humanity finds hope in the most desperate measures, with 7,700 teenagers from around the globe conscripted to colonise Mars to dodge the bullet of extinction. Mixing live performance & 360 video, audiences are taken through the last 24 hours in the lives of six teenagers selected for this momentous journey.

All The Sex I’ve Ever Had

A community of wise elders offer advice gleaned from their vast life expertise. Our elders have a lot to teach us and a lot to share, while showing that aging can yield a way of being open, generous and fearless.

Haircuts by Children

You’re invited to take part in an event that will test your courage and faith in the future through a whimsical relational performance that playfully engages with the enfranchisement of children, trust in the younger generation, and the thrills and chills of vanity.


An audience is invited to enter a very different world, a world where the tables are turned, and the teens rule the roost through a curated series of performances, events and interventions.

Sex, Drugs & Criminality

Teens collide with courageous artists to reach across the gaping intergenerational chasm, to see if they can connect even just the tips of their fingers and, together, have a very frank discussion about three of the most confusing topics in the universe.

Nightwalks with Teenagers

Through the power of walking, teens and adults are brought together for a unique social experience in a shared place and time, following common paths and connected futures.

The Children’s Choice Awards

A frank group of children are invited to see the art, take notes, review, critique and vote on all a Festival has to offer. Subverting traditional jury structures, the children call the shots, and in their own Award Ceremony tell us exactly what they think.

These Are The People In Your Neighbourhood

An audience is taken on a street-proofing and community fortification performance led by children that are fuelled by curiosity about the world with an enthusiasm to share it.

Eat The Street

A crack-team of children are trained as restaurant critics and are charged with offering their brutally honest, uncensored opinions on restaurants’ food, service, decor, and the charm of their waiters.