Our projects create new ways to explore our history and discover some of the most important heritage sites in England.

From Stonehenge in Wiltshire to Berwick Barracks in Northumberland, we are making art, developing new plays, films, soundscapes, and exhibitions all inspired by England’s rich heritage.

We are transforming how we tell England’s stories.

Young people visiting Formby beach

Rise from the Rubble

In August 2020 we partnered with Nugent for Rise from the Rubble, we explored different creative ways to engage with the history of the Second World War, visiting Formby Beach where D-Day landing soldiers of the King’s Regiment trained to hear stories about the soldiers, and investigate the Blitz-rubble.

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York Cold War Bunker, View of control room showing monitoring and communications equipment.

Sounds of the Cold War

We have been working on the ‘Sounds of the Cold War’ project with Grimm &. Co., a literacy and creative writing charity based in Rotherham. The project focuses on uncovering the hidden stories of York’s elusive Cold War Bunker.

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Statue graphic

Untold Stories

This autumn we’re uncovering untold stories through poetry, over the course of several workshops (and a poetry competition) with Jacob Sam-La Rose, English Heritage’s Poet in Residence for 2020, and Malika Booker.  

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Sculpture at Portchester castle of a ship wreck

Freedom and Revolution

Together with the National Youth Theatre and the University of Warwick, we are creating 'Freedom and Revolution' a play and project that will shine a new light on the lives of these prisoners and will offer an important window into England’s story.

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Lost and Found

Share with us your stories of objects and places that were lost or forgotten for tens, hundreds or even thousands of years until YOU found them!

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Stonehenge sunset

Stonehenge Stargazing

Since September 2020, we have been working with young people from the local Army Welfare Service, on a project that explores Stonehenge, its history and its relationship to the sun, stars and sky.

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