Crowd Funding for a New Visual Theatre Production
by The Ding Foundation
My theatre company, The Ding Foundation are preparing to finish and tour our new show Wild Life at the end of this year opening at the Unity Theatre Liverpool and with additional performances at Nottingham Lakeside Arts and Norden Farm Arts Centre in Maidenhead.
We will also be working with students from Kingston and Nottingham Trent University who in turn are giving us space to work in.
Wild Life is about a collision between normality and the surreal world of the imagination, addressing issues of loneliness and fear and asking questions about how human’s inner wild nature can live alongside the demands of modern life.
Along with some Arts Council funding, we are raising £2200 in additional funding through the crowd funding site Crowd Funder which runs until 12th April.
We have some really great and unusual rewards going for this….including performances, props and music downloads, so do take a look.
The Ding Foundation is a theatre company run by designer/maker Amelia Pimlott and musician/composer Hannah Marshall, and whose work is a unique blend of visual theatre, object animation and music. We create visual worlds underscored by unique and haunting soundtracks that tell stories about the human condition and the way we live, in surprising and playful ways.
Please visit the Crowd Funder website and add your contribution before April 12.