La Pelle’s Factory, a playful and provocative theatre company from Nottingham, and In Good Company associate company, has been awarded with this exciting and invaluable opportunity, and they will present their production : “Our 2016 programme is action-packed and full of a diverse range of performances, including fresh new writing from Strawberry Blonde Curls, intricate puppetry from The Barrowman and cheeky cabaret from Spiltmilk Dance and more.

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There will also be key note speeches from Caroline Horton (multi award-winning artist based in Birmingham); Madani Younis (Artistic Director, Bush Theatre), David Jubb () and Emily Howlett (PAD Productions); Playwriting workshop with award-winning playwright Evan Placey; Puppetry Workshop with Edward Wren and Giving Audiences Agency, a workshop focused on audience agency and collaboration hosted by interactive theatre-makers Coney.

For 2016, Derby Theatre have teamed up with new venue and performance space, The Hop Barn in Southwell, Nottinghamshire to offer Package Holiday, an exciting new initiative which offers one lucky emerging theatre company from the region the chance to develop their work in the peace and serenity of The Hop Barn theatre retreat for two weeks and preview it at Departure Lounge Festival.

Pitching up in this festival location will be The Barrowman, a wandering storyteller who brings magical tales to life using a rich mixture of puppetry and song, with , the story of a little girl who lives up in the clouds, and her struggle against the great machine that comes to take all the clouds away.

On Sunday 24 July, the final event of the Festival will be Scratch that Itch: Summer Sun, an opportunity for audiences to see a selection of brand new work from some of the most exciting artists in the region, a platform where artists will present and showcase new ideas in front of an audience –and where audiences can feed into the development of the next big thing!

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I’m proud that the Festival remains a place where doors are opened for local artists and this year our DEvelop Discussion will give artists an insight into some of the most dynamic venues in the UK today.

What’s truly remarkable about this year’s Festival is the amount of shows made by East Midlands artists – a real testament to the talent and creativity in the region.

a professional development programme for artists making work in the East Midlands, will once again see Derby Theatre transformed into a lush garden stage, a festival site where audiences and artists alike can see the very best in contemporary performance, support regional artists to take flight and get involved in lots of inspiring workshops and discussions.

Performance highlights of the Festival for 2016 include: Clothes Swap Theatre Party, a premiere, a fun-filled, fashion focused piece of theatre full of fizz by Forward Theatre Project, an interactive piece that involves audience participation and actual clothes swapping - audience members should bring along a bag of old clothes to swap them at the event2016 will feature and celebrate more work from local artists than ever before, artists which have received a tremendous amount of support from venues and organisations in the region.

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