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Other Projects

For over ten years we have been creating interactive outdoor works and storytelling shows for a variety of different events and unique locations.

Here are some of our previous projects!

The Little Motive. A commission from Wadebridge Bike Lights
The Little Motive

An original commission for Wadebridge Bike Lights Festival in collaboration with Tim Tims from Interplay, promoting interactivity with children. Modeled on the great steam locomotives, this contraption was powered by youth! Fully fit with a miniature fair ground, a strobe lit water fountain and a giant smoke ring puffing chimney. Taking children for free rides at other Cornish winter events in 2016 this was a truly enjoyable illuminated project.

A World at Sea
National Maritime Museum Cornwall

Detritus and the Mermaid was a storytelling show created for families visiting the maritime museum during Easter break 2022. An environmental message was deeply present within the story and gave young people and their families an opportunity to engage with the difficult conversation of how to help save our seas. 

Newquay Zombie Crawl

Animating the streets with stilt walking pirates and spooky living statues before and during the parade through the town- Newquay's Zombie Crawl is fast growing in footfall and becoming the highlight of Autumn events for many in Cornwall. Hotch Potch are present with their distinctly visual and highly engaging characters as well as providing DIY costume making and banner workshops as part of the days activities.

Tiny Audio Tour

Originally funded by FEAST Cornwall during the pandemic. Tiny Audio Tour brought a long running audio storytelling tour to Heartlands world heritage site in Pool. Consisting of three installations at different locations with stories for each one available from our website. This project was a twist on our Tiny Tour  with an intent to provide an accessible arts activity during the challenging lock down times. 

With the unfortunate closing of Heartlands the indoor installations have now been removed but the fairy door trail at Diaspora Gardens can still be enjoyed along with its audio story Here

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