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Under The Stars

Friday 27th and Saturday 28th August 2010, 12.00 - 15.30

Emergency Exit Arts (EEA) is working with Newham Council to create an interactive children’s area at the Under the Stars festival.

Child dressed in own made super hero costume.

Coram's Field International Play Day

Wednesday 4th August 2010 12-5pm

Come and see Emergency Exit Arts (EEA)’s Giant Gulliver at Camden Councils International Play Day in Coram’s Fields.

Giant puppet dressed as Gulliver

Islands at the Liverpool and London Melas

Saturday 24th July 2010

EEA has been commissioned by a consortium of UK Melas to create three elaborate stilt walking costumes that represent the myths and legends of the Asian diaspora

Site Décor at The Greenwich Festivals: Summer Sessions

21st - 25th July 2010

EEA has been commissioned to put the colour into this new series of music concerts at the Old Royal Naval College with our silk banners fluttering around this beautiful heritage site.

Flags and lanterns surrounding building

Magic Mela at the London Mela

Sunday 8th August 2010

The Magic Mela is a special collaboration between the London Mela and EEA, leading lights in participatory outdoor events for 30 years.

Child in face paint making paper volcano

Shoreditch Festival Fireworks

Friday 16th July 2010, 19.30 - 21.30

For the third year running, EEA will be drawing the opening night of the Shoreditch Festival to a close with a magnificent fireworks display on Friday 16th July. 

Fireworks burst over stage

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TOWIE, A National Lottery funded project for young people gave Jessica the skills and confidence she needed to overcome setbacks and break into her chosen career.

Maritime Memories Machine

Hear the chimes of the ice cream van? It must mean summer is officially here and EEA will be in the driving seat as we embark on a new exciting venture alongside National Maritime Museum…in an ice cream van!

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