Women’s History Month, March 2022

In celebration of the remarkable Margaret Catchpole It seems only fitting to celebrate Women’s History Month by celebrating the remarkable life of Suffolk heroine Margaret Catchpole (1762-1819), the inspiration for our operatic work HerStory. Margaret worked as a nanny and servant to the Cobbold family in Suffolk. She was an intelligent girl and was taughtContinue reading “Women’s History Month, March 2022”

Creative health programme

Engaging in arts, culture and creativity has the potential to help all of us live longer, more fulfilled and healthy lives. We are delighted to announce that Cohere Arts has been awarded funding from The National Lottery Community Fund to help further develop our creative health programme – enabling communities to feel happier, healthier & more connected through engagingContinue reading “Creative health programme”

High Spirits

We are delighted to announce that thanks to funding from East Suffolk Council we are launching a brand new creative project for visually impaired people living in East Suffolk. High Spirits will invite community participants to work with professional artists to create a new audio drama inspired by Suffolk’s spooky heritage. The project, based atContinue reading “High Spirits”

Immersive History at The Hold

Cohere Arts had a blast earlier this month staging an immersive theatre event and audio performance at The Hold, Suffolk Archives’ brand new home in Ipswich near the waterfront. Supported by National Lottery Heritage Fund, the event on 2nd September 2021 was attended by teachers from primary and secondary schools across Suffolk, who were introduced toContinue reading “Immersive History at The Hold”