Awards, Publications & Conferences

Happystorm have won the following awards and recognition

Happystorm won a bursary to take part in a 7 day Interactive Theatre Masterclass with Coney, 2013

Happystorm were shortlisted for the Award for Excellence in the Salford Business Awards, 2012

The Myth of Escape written by Rob Johnston was long listed for the Kings Cross Award for New Writing, 2011

The Crypt Project was shortlisted for the Manchester Tourism Award for Small Tourism Event of the year, 2011

The Crypt Project was chosen as a What's On Stage pick of the year, 2011

The Crypt Project was selected by the Library Theatre as one of the best fringe shows of 2011 and invited to take part in Re:play 2012

Be Rain For Me was selected by the Library Theatre as one of the best fringe shows of 2010 and invited to take part in Re:play 2011

Be Rain For Me won Halden Theatre's Triliteral competition for new writing, 2010

Be Rain For Me won Contact's Scriptworks competition for new writing, 2010

Publications:

Happystorm are co-writing a chapter for a book entitled Addiction and Performance which will be published by Cambridge Scholars in 2014 written by Sarah Meadows, Susi Wrenshaw and Matthew Ganley

Borderline Vultures will be featuring in a book about immersive theatre due for publication in 2014

We have spoken at:

International Multi-Disciplinary Conference on Performance and Addiction for Kingston University, 2012

Courage and Collaboration hosted by Performing Arts Network and Development Agency, 2012

Employability and Becoming Freelance for Manchester Metropolitan University, 2012

Creative Lunch case study hosted by Library Theatre and Cornerhouse, 2011

Theatre in Unusual Spaces, Creative Conversation hosted by Earl Mill and Performing Arts Network and Development Agency, 2011

Careers in the Arts hosted by Waters Edge Arts Centre and Future Jobs Fund, 2011

International Day For The Elimination of Violence Against Women, Salford City Council, 2011

"Happystorm have produced some of the finest 
and most 
ambitious 
plays to come out of Salford in recent memory."

Salford Online

"Happystorm are becoming something of a brand where you don't need to know the details. 

You just turn up expecting something off the wall and different.

They set up strange 
scenarios and immerse you right in there."

Trailer web 1

Salford Star

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