intercultural dialogues in theatrical forms
what's going on?
Our normal activities have been disrupted by the pandemic, but there's still lots going on. Have a look below!
Journey of a Home
Our 20 minute audio work about migration, home and the nature of travel is on at Cambridge Junction from 7th-13 April 2021. To book a ticket (on a pay what you decide basis) click here. Enjoy!
Lone Wolves film
In January 2021, the UK practically left the European project. As a company whose core is intercultural dialogue, led by a first generation migrant from the other side of Europe, we have made a little film to mark this moment.
This year, we've been offering wellbeing CPD for creatives, and working to curate artist opportunities through our FIELD residencies and a collaboration with Dance Base, time to respond. For now, be kind to one another in difficult times: cooperation, not competition, is what takes us forward together!
We are Two Destination Language...
Two Destination Language is led by Katherina Radeva and Alister Lownie. We make bold award-winning performance work which explores ideas of identity, belonging and boundaries. Our work tours in the UK and internationally. It can be seen on theatre stages, in village halls, in libraries, in galleries, in parks, along roads, in abandoned shops, in dingy corners. We also create exhibitions, installations and print publications.
We work with other award winning creatives and artists to create experiences which are touching, thought provoking, intellectually stimulating and very visually arresting.
Our projects working with non-professional members of the community have been transformative for those involved and for the places they live, shared with public audiences like any of our other work.
Our curatorial projects take shape in festivals we produce and conversations we undertake. Listening is a key method in our process and inclusion underpins everything we do!
Two Destination Language is an Associate Artist at ARC Stockton and a registered charity committed to promoting the arts as a vital part of societal wellbeing, challenging populist ideas, reaching audience members from under-represented groups and supporting artists in every way we can.
we're a charity
helping great art get made and connecting it to audiences is what we do, close to home and in places we visit
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