Euton Daley MBE
Artist, mentor and producer, I have over 30 years experience working in the arts. Having developed and managed Pegasus Theatre specialising in youth and community work for over 20 years, my focus is now as a consultant, project manager, performance poet and DJ. My second book #Ending the Silence was published in 2018.
Unlock the Chains Collective and I are currently supported by Oxford Dance Forum Evolution programme which is funded by Arts Council England. An end of project showcase featuring artists and companies who have benefitted from Evolution, including dance, theatre, film, interactive performance and more, will take over the whole of the Old Fire Station Oxford on Sunday 13 October from 1.30pm-9pm.
The event is FREE but tickets must be booked in advance from the theatre.
Find out more about my other latest projects here.
Following the sell-out success and great responses from audiences to the stage production of #Ending the Silence.
"I loved your experimentation with language and part-language - incredible - and all the elements - poetry, movement, dance, music, staging, set design, performances - all worked together so powerfully and beautifully. I want to see it again and bring all my friends!" (audience member)
Two Trains Running at Oxford Playhouse
There’s a controversial new president in the White House and tensions are running high. In a shabby restaurant in a once vibrant suburb of 1960s Pittsburgh, the regulars are struggling to come to terms with the rapid pace of change in the outside world, and what it means for their lives.
Continue the mood with me at the post show after party and a great selection of Soul and Jazz tracks.
Book Two Trains Running on Friday 27 September to join in.
Best available tickets for £10
(Max. 4 per person, subject to availability. Cannot be used retrospectively)
Find out more here.
Unlock the Chains Collective is holding workshops at Cornerstone Arts Centre in response to the SOLD performance during Black History Month on the theme of Belonging.
With the Windrush Generation answering the call to the Motherland as our starting point we will be looking at journeys of migration and create some of our own. Come and join us to create a performance fusing storytelling, spoken word, song, drama and more.
The workshops are open to young people and adults and will end in a performance, also at Cornerstone Arts Centre.
Saturday 28 September 1.30-6.30pm
Saturday 12 October 1.30-6.30pm
Friday 18 October 7.30pm