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Damn Cheek are currently fund raising to create a site specific community project in Felling, Gateshead – with more in the pipeline.

At the centre of these professionally produced productions will be art and media installations, soundscapes and designs created by local community members and local school children - promoting school readiness, sustainability and wellbeing amongst the community. These projects will build on our 2021 community production in Gateshead which has left such a wonderful legacy.

So please help us have a huge impact on these and other communities by supporting these and other Damn Cheek projects!

(photo is from Damn Cheek's 2021 Felling community production: "Passion for the Planet")

www.damncheek.co.uk

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    • David

      David

      Mar 25, 2022

      Thanks for the plays on Zoom and many more to come!

      £100.00

    • Brian Daniels

      Brian Daniels

      Sep 27, 2021

      Great ideas = Great work!

      £100.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Sep 26, 2021

      Keep creating - great work - keep creating!

      £20.00

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    Damn Cheek aim to contribute to the health and wellbeing, and the entertainment(!) of communities who may have limited access to theatre. At the heart of our work are our co-creation projects with communities/audiences not as peripheral spectators but as central collaborators.