Dance Home Arika

is a coming of age story about a Sikh girl growing up in care,
featuring Kiran Jogi, a Bollywood star with roots in West Bromwich.

is a comedy drama about three female foodbank workers, expertly played by Deborah McEwan.

Directed by Zak Marsh, the shows were supported by Arts Council England and signed by a British Sign Language interpreter. 

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Thanks to The Arts Council and The Rowlands Trust for helping to cover the costs of our production. 

We would also like to thank Stephanie H. Thomas, Marie Warrington and all of our generous anonymous donors at Crowdfunder. 

And thanks to the YMCA in West Bromwich and Brasshouse in Smethwick for hosting our post-show dance workshops.

Photographs courtesy of Sandra Fraser