Yellow House performances are devoted to providing something new for both audience and performer. Each live presentation of our creative efforts is a chance for participants to express their ideas and show the skills that they have developed. We are constantly striving to make art that is truly innovative, meaningful and transformative. Most recent Performances include:
Flying: a journey through life dealing with “social anxiety”
Breath: as part of Liverpool Mental Health Festival
What Hurts M(or)e: a major performance around reducing violence in today’s world.
To Dream In Colour” exploring the relationships between sound, melody, colour and smell, everyone who saw it hailed the resulting performance at The Bluecoat Gallery in Liverpool as a fantastic piece of work.
“Games”, looking at games people, politicians and the world play and searching for the truth, the real you, the real world and how we can live in it together.
Eight Actions To Change, again a devised performance, about the role of young people in the world, not merely as observers of society but as active participants and agents of change.
Civil – Lies – Nation, a major devised piece about the lies young people are told throughout their life
The Yellow House Film , The Truth, made by the young people of Yellow House was chosen to be shown at the Co-op Young FilmMakers Festival and “Light” filmed and screened in at the National Film Institute in London.