New blog from Dr Paul Cowie, a researcher at Newcastle University who Cap-a-Pie worked with to create The Town Meeting. “How can you get 30 people to spend three hours on a Monday night discussing community involvement in planning? The answer
The story of how Cap-a-Pie worked with Dr Paul Cowie, a researcher from Newcastle University, to make our show The Town Meeting.
Winner of the Sir Peter Hall Award for Wider Engagement from The Royal Town Planning Institute In Spring 2015 Cap-a-Pie worked with Dr Paul Cowie, a research associate at the School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, Newcastle University to create a
Cap-a-Pie is very pleased to be working with UHArts at University of Hertfordshire on a new R&D theatre commission – Sparks Might Fly. We are exploring fortune telling, cunning folk and grimoires (spell books) in collaboration with Professor Owen Davies. The commission
In Spring 2015 ran Performing Research – a project which brings together artists and academics at Newcastle University together to explore and create new theatre inspired by academic research. An evening of new theatre was performed by the academics and shown at
Letters for Learners is a new public engagement project piloted in Spring 2015 at Newcastle University funded by Newcastle University’s Institute for Creative Arts Practice. Letters for Learners was led by Dr Michael Richardson and produced by participatory theatre company
Longlisted for the NCCPE Engage Competition 2014 – “demonstrated the power of the theatre to engage people with research”. Photography: marktaylorphotography.com “Thoughtful provoking original material.” “Excellent.” “A very interesting way of discovering the past and how we lived. We could