International productions presented by ThinkArts in Kolkata and other cities
* Other than this show, all were Indian premieres!
Other international projects
Millipede, a virtual shoe shop created to engage audiences with Climate Change, was conceptualised by Shona Reppe and Andy Manley, presented by National Theatre of Scotland and ThinkArts, working along with Science Gallery Bengaluru, Edinburgh Science Festival and Quicksand Design Studio with contributions from participants across Scotland and India. The project was commissioned by British Council as a part of The Climate Connection, the British Council’s creative commissions programme for COP26.
LET ME TELL YOU A STORY ThinkArts invited children (age 6 to 10+) to share stories written by them in response to prompts carefully selected from children's literature in India and Switzerland. Presented by ThinkArts with support from Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia. The International Literature Festival BuchBasel were also project partners.
Engage International Forum on the Arts for Children & Young People, with speakers and moderators from 13 countries
ISOLATE>CREATE>CONNECT with BARKING GECKO THEATRE, AUSTRALIA
Outside my window I see... with IMAGINATE UK
Twelve children from Iona, Edinburgh and Kolkata were invited to describe what they could see out, and this was made into a lovely film
TEENAGE TIMES REMIX KOLKATA with CURIOUS SEED, SCOTLAND - as part of UK India year of culture, supported by the British Council
MAKING OF KAATH, A REMAKE OF HELIOS THEATER GERMANY'S WOODBEAT : BY MICHAEL LURSE & MARKO WERNER, Supported by Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan India
SILK RIVER - PROJECT WITH KINETIKA, UK - as part of UK India year of culture, supported by the British Council
SHISHU BABAN - MAKING THEATRE FOR BABIES WITH THEATR IOLO, WALES - as part of UK India year of culture, supported by the British Council & Wales Arts International
THINKARTS RESIDENCY AT IMAGINATE, EDINBURGH, supported by the British Council
WORKSHOP ON CREATING THEATRE FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES : Led by GILL ROBERTSON & MICHAEL SHERIN, CATHERINE WHEELS THEATRE COMPANY, SCOTLAND