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Gravity Fields

26-27 September 2014

EEA has been commissioned to create a spectacular two day performance for Gravity Fields, a unique festival of science, arts and heritage events in Grantham, Lincolnshire creatively exploring the physical sciences and celebrating one of the world’s greatest thinkers, Sir Isaac Newton who was born and lived nearby.

Creatures of the Deep and Dream Overseas

6-7 September 2014

Creatures of The Deep and Dream Overseas are two newly created performances by EEA’s Street Arts Academy and The Spectators Guild for The Royal Greenwich Tall Ships Festival 2014.

London Mela 2014

31st August 2014

EEA has been running a two week Summer School for Young people working with Hounslow’s Youth Service and the award winning Voice Youth Project have created this year’s Magic Mela.

Canning Town Caravanserai

19-29 August

For two weeks this August you can join us at Canning Town Caravanserai for a summer arts and crafts adventure for all the family! 

Float Design and Build for London School of Samba 2014

25th August

EEA has been commissioned by London School of Samba (LSS) to design and make two carnival floats for this year’s Notting Hill Carnival. 

Kidztown Float For Boomtown Fair 2014

7-10 August 2014

We have been busy designing and creating a mobile carnival float for the Kidztown Area at Boomtown Festival


Young Citizen’s Initiative

This Autumn as part of our Creative Activism Programme EEA are working with, Forest Hill School to launch a Young Citizen's Initiative which will build on the success of their Youth & Philanthropy Initiative and deliver a programme that actively engages the school’s students in the planning and delivery of activities, events and projects that seek to address the priorities, issues and needs identified within the school’s local community.

Young Londoners ask ethical questions about how they ‘should’ engage with Heritage

The Only Way Is Ethics (TOWIE) project, developed with 18-25 year olds from across London, have just presented their findings to arts and heritage professionals and young people from across London at a Symposium called ‘Thinking Is The New Rebellion’


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