Collaborators

Dr John Alban, former county archivist – working together on Imagined Land

Dr Jeannette Baxter – research lead on Come Yew In!; working on new projects for the future; co-director, New Routes, Old Roots: Literatures of Migration and Exile; co-director, Centre for Science Fiction and Fantasy; research convenor for English Literature, Anglia Ruskin University

Charlie Caine – musical theatre specialist

Mags Chalcraft – writer

The Common Lot – Norwich theatre collective

Duncan Joseph – theatre in education specialist

Karl Minns – writer and performer [Raining Diamonds, 1549]

New Routes Integration – supporting integration of asylum seekers and refugees, partner for Come Yew In!

Giles Emery of Norvic Archaeology – working together on Imagined Land

Norfolk Archaeological Trust – lead partner on Imagined Land

Norwich Arts Centre – invaluable production support on 1549, Come Yew In! and Egg Café

Norwich City Council Events Department

Greg Powles – writer, performer, worked together on Blood on the Beach, Flintspiration, Lights Up

SyncNorwich – Norwich’s Tech and Startup Community. Promoting and enabling local tech business growth, making Norwich a truly thriving tech cluster in the UK.

Tin House – a Norwich-based community and participatory arts organisation engaging with groups and individuals

Writers Centre Norwich – Anguish, Imagined Land.