We started working with Irise International on the pilot of 13 Moons.
Arts Council England has funded the development and performance of both No Feedback and No Feedback UnLTD.
Theatre Delicatessen exists to support emerging artists, creatives and theatremakers in their work and the development of their practice.
Theatre Delicatessen was No Feedback’s home when we made the show. They hosted rehearsals and performances, providing artistic mentorship as well as production and marketing support.
The trust’s mission is to challenge prejudice and reduce hatred by drawing on the power of Anne Frank’s life and diary and to use that power to encourage people to embrace positive attitudes, personal responsibility, and respect for others.
Members of the Anne Frank team led significant discussions with No Feedback about potential audience responses and how to deal with the presentation of difficult subject matter to both general and student audiences.
The centre seeks to provide a forum for those engaged in pushing postcolonialism into new domains.
Our first supporter, the centre provided No Feedback with a space to initiate our ideas and form a foundation of critical discourse.
Genocide Watch exists to predict, prevent, stop, and punish genocide and other forms of mass murder. We seek to raise awareness and influence public policy concerning potential and actual genocide. Our purpose is to build an international movement to prevent and stop genocide.
Through the document “The 10 Stages of Genocide,” Genocide Watch provided the framework for No Feedback.
Remembering Srebrenica is a British charitable initiative. It recognises that we have achieved a lot in terms of building a cohesive society here in the UK, but discrimination, promotion of hatred, extremism, and exclusion persist, and we must play our part, no matter how large or small, to create a better and safer society for all.
No Feedback’s partnership with Remembering Srebrenica highlights the fact that genocide is not an act of hatred relegated to the past. A version of No Feedback that can be taken to communities and schools served by Remembering Srebrenica is under development.
People’s Palace Projects (PPP) is an independent arts charity that advances the practice and understanding of art for social justice. A National Portfolio organisation (NPO) of Arts Council England, it is based at Queen Mary, University of London.
No Feedback has recently formed a partnership with People’s Palace Projects to develop and roll out the next phase of project development. For more see No Feedback unLTD.
The Westminster Law & Theory Lab brings together diverse yet overlapping strands in the study of law and theory, with a strong emphasis on interdisciplinarity, critical and socio-legal theoretical analysis.
Professor Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos was essential in helping No Feedback understand the impact of legal theory on societal prejudices and how this area of concern can be played out in a theatrical performance.
The Wiener Library is one of the world’s leading and most extensive archives on the Holocaust and Nazi era. Formed in 1933, the Library’s unique collection of over one million items includes published and unpublished works, press cuttings, photographs and eyewitness testimony.
The Wiener Library supported the development of No Feedback, providing invaluable and unique resources that directly shaped the production.