Here are some of the projects we have delivered
Black Dress Digital is an Arts Council and Shape Arts funded, applied arts project. Black Dress Digital explores how codes of dress affect women’s lives both constraining and liberating them.
Backyard: Reflections of Home & Belonging is a project exploring the presence of London’s Afro-Caribbean community in the heart of London’s East End.
Inside Out, is a site specific piece, performed in Aldgate square. Women from Aldgate's past and present; share their narratives of the rich history of Aldgate from within, and examine what it means to be a woman in Aldgate.
Will just wants to party with his best mate James. His father is pressuring him to marry a nice English girl and his girlfriend Sarah wants a baby. Dokunnu is a new, interactive play that explores familial bonds, intercultural relationships and secrets.
London on Lockdown is a project produced by Cardboard citizens in which Creatives from Carboard Citizens met weekly to journal their lives during the Covid pandemic using film. Inspired by Daniel Defoe's book Journal a year; an account of the plague in London, journaled their lives over the year by film. Off The Wall Players helped to curate an episode The Face Of London Strangely Altered.
London on Lockdown is a project produced by Cardboard citizens in which Creatives from Carboard Citizens met weekly for a year on zoom during the Covid 19 pandemic. Cardboard Citizens creatives met and read Daniel Defoe's book Journal of a Plague year; an account of the plague in London, in 1665. While reading, each week creatives journaled their lives over the year by film. Off The Wall Players was invited to help curate some of the extensive footage made by cardboard Citizens members to make the film, The Face Of London Strangely Altered.