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Published: Oct 23rd, 2013

The AlbinoMosquito family has been laying low over the summer to throw some cement on the foundations of the company and to cook up the important building blocks needed to move the company forward into 2014. What’s so special about 2014 I hear you mutter…

Well so far the company has been building its creative muscles working to support the fine artists and venues of Manchester and now its time for us to hatch our own projects and shows in the creative industries. We will still have room in the calendar to collaborate with artists and venues in the way we always have done and we welcome ideas and projects from one and all!

Welcoming a diverse range of clients and projects over the last few years has given us the challenge’s we need to stay fresh and has helped us develop our skills further. We have five exciting new projects that are in development that will bring the work of AlbinoMosquito to exciting places like Iraq, America, The Netherlands, and Hong Kong among others. WATCH THIS SPACE!!

On a bum note we were sad to see the departure of Maria Alvarez Martinez from the company and also Jass Kundi. We will post web links to let you know what they are up to in the near future. Maria is still an associate artist with AlbinoMosquito and we are looking forward to having her back to join us for projects and shows in the future.

This summer saw the arrival of Jonathan McGrath who took up the position of Executive Producer with the company, Jonathan has had a long standing relationship with AlbinoMosquito and is delighted to help move the company forward and to help realize the company’s strategic plan. Jonathan is a professional theatre maker and has spent the last 5 years lecturing in Scotland, his skills complement and broaden the range of services that AlbinoMosquito offer.

AlbinoMosquito is proud to continue its working relationship with Contact Theatre and is now delighted to be collaborating with Rochdale’s Petrus Project on a series of film making workshops with Rochdale’s homeless community.

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