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Song Unsung in Trafalgar Square Feb 14

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Yellow Earth and the UK Chinese Choir are presenting
Song Unsung - WW1 Chinese Labour Corps
5pm on Sun 14 February in Trafalgar Square FREE
as part of the London Chinese New Year celebrations.


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Typhoon - An international playreading festival in London

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Yellow Earth is celebrating 21 years of theatre making with a new edition of our acclaimed international playreading festival Typhoon to be presented at Soho Theatre and Rich Mix on 2-6 March 2016. Typhoon will present dynamic, bold and exciting plays by East Asian writers from the UK and across the world.


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Yellow Earth aboard The Cutty Sark


James Robson the character/interpreter we developed for the National Maritime Museum is still regularly appearing 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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Time for a check-up at a Y-Lab Writer Clinic

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Our free Y-Lab Clinics for British East Asian writers provide an opportunity for writers to revisit any writing they are working on, investigate an idea they want to develop or just generally refresh the writer’s part of their brain.


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YELLOW EARTH ACADEMY 2015

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Our 2015 Yellow Earth Academy culminated with an impressive public presentation by the students. 16 brave and talented students undertook an intensive course in movement, voice, acting for camera, auditions techniques and text work led by David Lee -Jones and Lab Ky Mo from Yellow Earth and tutors from ALRA.

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Constellation Creatives Drama Student Bursary 2015 Awarded

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The 2015 Constellation Creatives Drama Student Bursary has been awarded to Matt Bhar.

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Yeh Shen The world’s first Cinderella story from China

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The story of Yeh Shen first appeared in 9th Century China, over 1,000 years before the first European Cinderella story. For our Jan/Feb UK touring production, Yellow Earth and Vicky Ireland reimagined this timeless tale to celebrate Chinese New Year and give everyone a chance to experience this delightful tale.



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Discovering life in London’s original Chinatown…

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Few people today know there was once a thriving Chinatown in London’s East End. Yellow Earth’s recent production took audiences on a journey into this forgotten world...

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Limehouse Chinatown Rediscovered

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To accompany our production of The Last Days of Limehouse, we created an exhibition of photos, an interactive website and a downloadable audio tour to help people discover the fascinating history of Limehouse Chinatown.

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Hidden histories revealed at the National Maritime Museum!

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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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