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Hot off the press news on what we’ve been doing, what’s up next, together with behind the scenes glimpses into the intriguing world of Highly Sprung.
Sprung Highlights from a busy 2021!

Sprung Highlights from a busy 2021!

What were the highlights of 2021 for the Highly Sprung team? With the Changing Climates Festival, being back teaching, new aerial piece CastAway and investment in new spaces and opportunities, we've certainly packed a lot in!
Get involved with Highly Sprung…current callouts and recruitment

Get involved with Highly Sprung…current callouts and recruitment

Highly Sprung needs you! Recruitment and project callouts for people identifying LGBTQIA+, artists, and Coventry-based families and more.
Sprung Highlights from a busy 2021!

Sprung Highlights from a busy 2021!

What were the highlights of 2021 for the Highly Sprung team? With the Changing Climates Festival, being back teaching, new aerial piece CastAway and investment in new spaces and opportunities, we've certainly packed a lot in!
Get involved with Highly Sprung…current callouts and recruitment

Get involved with Highly Sprung…current callouts and recruitment

Highly Sprung needs you! Recruitment and project callouts for people identifying LGBTQIA+, artists, and Coventry-based families and more.

Our Insights

Blogs, thoughts and other musings on everything we care about, from the big human questions to why we do what we do and the impact it has.
A new venture for Highly Sprung at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

A new venture for Highly Sprung at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

Earlier this year we were approached by the fantastic lecturing team at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire’s Stage Management course, to ask whether we would consider working with their third years on their final creative project. Sarah delves into the process and our experiencing lecturing their cohort of Stage Management students.
Guest blog: how can theatre impact issues of climate change?

Guest blog: how can theatre impact issues of climate change?

I believe that theatre is an effective way of exploring major problems like climate change. Seeing the next generation stand for change and actively wanting to protect the future has the power to change the ways of the world, by allowing audiences to pause, watch and listen.
A new venture for Highly Sprung at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

A new venture for Highly Sprung at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

Earlier this year we were approached by the fantastic lecturing team at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire’s Stage Management course, to ask whether we would consider working with their third years on their final creative project. Sarah delves into the process and our experiencing lecturing their cohort of Stage Management students.
Guest blog: how can theatre impact issues of climate change?

Guest blog: how can theatre impact issues of climate change?

I believe that theatre is an effective way of exploring major problems like climate change. Seeing the next generation stand for change and actively wanting to protect the future has the power to change the ways of the world, by allowing audiences to pause, watch and listen.

Media Resources

Press releases

Press releases for our current productions and projects can be downloaded below. For interviews and quotes please contact us here.

Changing Climates Festival Press Release

Changing Climates Festival Press Release

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READY BOX-SET GO for Schools, Media Release

READY BOX-SET GO for Schools, Media Release

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Photography and video

We have a wide range of print and screen resolution images downloadable here. Please credit accordingly.

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What People Say

My highlight has to be Highly Sprung’s Roots, great work, great dancers.

Roots

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