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Through Tinderbox, I had the freedom to unlock and use all the creative aspects of myself, the writer, the singer, the songwriter, the actor – all of me was encouraged and supported.
I have worked for many theatre companies over the past twenty years but what makes Tinderbox special is that when a show / project ends I am under no illusion that I have learned something and that creatively, I am buzzing.
Transformative. Tinderbox changed the way I approach making work and art.
Tinderbox’s creations are built via curiosity and experimentation and are of a rare beauty.
Tinderbox are the collective consciousness celebrating and collaborating within the realm of creative liberation of artists.
An energetic and playful space that breaks through your creative comfort zones and restrictions and finally makes you free.
Participating in Tinderbox’s Play Machine helped me to embrace my identity as an artist, put me back in touch with my body’s innate creativity, and gave me the confidence to go out there and make authentic work. It was a complete game-changer.
Working with Tinderbox was exciting and challenging. It allowed me to explore my creativity in a whole new way, it showed me how to collaborate effectively and how to refine the result into new work.
Tinderbox made me imagine a life that is unlimited. Making me fearless, boundless and determined to create things that are both extra-ordinary and unforgettable.
A magic chance to get out of my head and into my body… A Playground of physicality and feelings, Creativity at its BEST.
Tinderbox provide an intensely creative environment with a great deal of freedom and exploration.
Working with Tinderbox was extremely freeing as an artist – It allowed me to explore my craft in an ambitious, accepting and bold space, pushing my boundaries as both a performer and theatre-maker.
Through Tinderbox, I remembered what I loved about playing as a child and truly letting go of my own perception of my performance.