All Hallows’ is a riveting 40-minute family friendly torch lit trail that meanders through Auckland Castle's parkland setting off in groups from the Castle every 15 minutes over 2 nights in October.
The Fighting Bradfords
This project began in 2015 with New Writing North supporting Durham County Council in finding a writer to write a play telling the story of the ‘Fighting Bradfords’.
The SOMME: Remembrance & Expression
14 professional artists from the North of England were invited to produce work to the theme of the SOMME, a battlefield that continues to provoke images and thoughts in peoples’ consciousness 100 years on.
DFW Adoption is a Church of England Independent Adoption Agency and a Registered Charity based in Durham and operating throughout the North East of England.
The Auckland Project
As Auckland Castle opened its doors to visitors, Daisy Arts was commissioned to programme a series of events for holiday weekends throughout part of 2014.
An innovative opportunity for talented local artists to create new works and have those works installed in wonderful locations… the inner-walled garden of Auckland Castle and Escomb Saxon Church.
A musical element has always been an important part of the community festivals that Daisy Arts has developed over the years, whether through the Woodhouse Arts Programme or latterly through Febfest.
A project running banner-making workshops at The Gala in Durham City over a week during the summer term for Primary Schools in the area.
Inspiring Community Films
Creating together helps develop the creative potential of individuals and we’ve found that the making of films in community settings, whether it be documentary style or drama or animation has been an inspiration for those taking part.
Arrows, Taxes and Rabbit Stew!
Filmed on a 1:30 gradient slope this films storyline is a bit of a take on Robin Hood.
Alice in Billingham
St. Michael’s RC School in Billingham came off curriculum for a four-day long school’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ project.
Woodhouse Art Group
This group has grown out of a Colour Your Life programme, funded by DCC Health Authority, with sessions being offered to the community through Jack Drum Arts.
Food, Flowers, Feathers & Friendship
Tindale Crescent Allotments and Woodhouse Close Allotments are situated on the periphery of Woodhouse Close, Bishop Auckland in County Durham.
British Beach Capers
A cameraman camouflages himself as a Palm Tree to observe the general public as they enjoy a somewhat cold summers day by the sea!
Woodhouse Creating a Community
It was as early as 1952 when the first residents moved into newly built homes on the Woodhouse Close Estate and the re-housing of families from outlying villages began.
Going For Gold
An animated tale about Pigeon Pete’s stirling effort to become the world’s number one round the world racer.
The Princess & The Pendant
This silhouette animation was inspired by the work of 1920’s filmmaker Lotte Reiniger and was made with Year 1 children from Hartside Primary School, Crook County Durham.
Woodhouse Arts Programme
This programme was designed to offer the community of Woodhouse the opportunity to work with professionally trained artists.
Postcards from Woodhouse
A young persons multi-elemented project, combining creative writing and photography, video and voice work that culminated in a weeklong arts installation and a published booklet of postcards.
W.A.S.H Youth Theatre
“To have a place where young people can come & share ideas, work together as a team, form friendships and expand in knowledge, not only of the world around them but also of themselves as individuals.”