Little Change by
Make, DO Theatre

In their new show Little Change, Make, DO Theatre  give a voice to people living with homelessness in West Yorkshire, changing perspectives, building bridges and offering practical and actionable advice on what we can all do to help.

Using a mixture of poetry, verbatim storytelling, and physical choreography, the ensemble present us with a collage of real life experiences taken from interviews with the homeless community, and the people who support them.

Make, DO Theatre are an energetic physical theatre ensemble directed by Emily Brown (assistant director Sean Sewell). They are based in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. Their aim is to effect positive social and cultural change through their work.

Make, DO Theatre’s distinct movement style, grown from their shared training experience, ranges from the detail of everyday movement to the creation of large physical landscapes, and the company brings an energy and presence to the stage which resonates with audiences.

Make, DO Theatre is kindly supported by IOU Theatre and Proper Job Theatre Company. This performance is kindly supported by Rastrick Big Local.

Age recommendation 16+


St Johns Hall, Rastrick


Friday 12th Oct 2018