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A selection of blogs, articles and reviews, old and new, about our work.


In November, The Bare Project hosted The People’s Palace of Possibility at the Gregson Centre in Lancaster as part of the Festival of Social Sciences with Lancaster University. The Palace focused specifically on the notion of ritual, stepping outside of everyday realities and creating visions for the future and welcoming a broad range of citizens including; artists, sociologists, local politicians,...

Schoolchildren have taken to the streets and Extinction Rebellion shut down four major thoroughfares of London for over a week in April. An urgent sense of the need for change has rippled through the political spectrum, and whilst the battle is certainly nowhere near won, perhaps it has, at least, begun....

At a Death Café, people gather to eat cake, drink tea and discuss death. There is no agenda, objective or theme – other than death. It is not a grief support group or counselling session, it’s just an opportunity to discuss death, with cake....

This is my fourth trip to the old Woolworths building on the Moor in a few weeks – I went to Horror Souk three times – and upon leaving I realise I’ll be doing the same again over the next week. They’re going to get so sick of me. The building has been transformed once again into a maze of...

Blowing bubbles masquerading as snow, listening to the soft melody of a guitar flowing through the background, and listening to the poetry blooming out of the characters mouths. This is Goodbye Sun and Bear, a beautifully whimsical piece put on by The Bare Project that brings a little extra sunlight into this year’s Fringe....