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Yellow Academy is back!

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Are you a young British East Asian* who wants to work in theatre, film and television but has never been to drama school? Then Yellow Academy is for you.


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Hidden histories revealed at the National Maritime Museum!

Throughout 2014 Yellow Earth is continuing to reveal hidden histories at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich through the stories of James Robson, a 19th century sailor of Chinese origin.

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Yellow Earth aboard The Cutty Sark

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We are delighted that James Robson the character/interpreter we developed for the National Maritime Museum will now also be appearing for the first time on board The Cutty Sark in Greenwich. This historic ship is a great place to visit so come and catch James Robson and have a great day out in Greenwich.

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Discover London’s original Chinatown in Limehouse

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At our sell-out Limehouse Chinatown Discovered event at Rich Mix on Feb 1, audiences met Ah Sing the Sailor, Irene Ho the Sunday School Teacher, got to play Pukka Pu and everyone had a go at learning the Charleston in a taste of London’s first Chinatown in this family friendly interactive show. This was a sneak preview of The Last Days of Limehouse, the company’s production due at old Limehouse Town Hall later this summer. Watch this website for further details......


Yellow Academy 2013

During July 2013, 16 young people completed this intensive two week performance course led by theatre professionals for young British East Asians* (16+). This year the focus was on acting for camera and students worked with award winning film maker Lab Ky Mo creating two short films No Jet Li and God Speaks Chinese.
View God Speak Chinese here



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First Constellations Creative Drama Student Bursary Awarded

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The first ever recipient of the Constellations Creative Drama Student Bursary, Stanton Wright (formerly known as Daniel Stanton Wright; on the right in the photo above) was presented with his award at Dim Sum Nights 3 on 1 November by Kumiko Mendl and Orion Lee.

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Survival, hope and kitchen utensils!

Yellow Earth has been supporting Out of Chaos to carry out research and development on their devised piece The Flying Roast Goose, a moving story about food, survival and hope seen through the eyes of a Cantonese chef and her pet goose told . It uses mime, puppetry and object manipulation. This is the first full length piece to be developed out of Dim Sum Nights and it has just been awarded a grant by Arts Council England to present a full production in May 2014 at the Blue Elephant Theatre. So congratulations to Out Of Chaos!.


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Lion Danced for over 5,500 people

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Our most recent show, Why The Lion Danced was seen by over 5,500 children and adults on its recent tour across the UK. The 46 performances at 12 UK venues were all enthusiastically received and we have had many wonderful comments by twitter and email.
Photo: Elaine Wong


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