MAYHEM IN THE MARKET – the future(?)

Dear all, We’re making some big changes to the way we commission and programme work for MAYHEM IN THE MARKET. Plans are underway for the return of the project, which is based up in Goole in East Yorkshire. Our first two events (Nov ’11 & Feb ’12) took a ‘one day festival’ format, but we’re … Continue reading

LOVE LETTERS + BROKEN HEARTS

Dear All, Here is the full programme for Love Letters + Broken Hearts, part of the MAYHEM IN THE MARKET series (Saturday 18th February 2012). We look forward to seeing you there… With LOVE, QyT x

Coming up… Cupcakes, dancing and ukuleles…

MAYHEM IN THE MARKET returns to Goole on  18th February 2012, with a valentines special: LOVE LETTERS + BROKEN HEARTS. For full details CLICK HERE Are you a local resident in the Goole area?? Fancy getting involved? We’ll be hosting an ACOUSTIC CORNER – an open mic area for musicians, poets, comedians etc to come … Continue reading

Dear All,

Dear All, Here is a first peek at the line up for MAYHEM IN THE MARKET #2… 12noon – 5pm, 18th February 2012 All performances, installations and screenings take place throughout the day – just come along at anytime between 12 and 5pm and you’ll have the chance to see all of the different artists… … Continue reading

Dear All… (The Spaces Between Us)

Dear All, We’re busy preparing for QyT’s very first public arts project, as this week we head to the city of Chester for Up the Wall festival. This is proving to be a very exciting (if a tad stressful) time for us and we can’t wait to present the footage from our trip to the … Continue reading

Dear Sheena (5)…

Dear Sheena, I took some photos of our trip to the Welsh/English border this week.   Do you remember being called a silly ‘nana? Do you remember Jessie the dog and the car that was also a bomb? Do you remember the cathedral on the roof? Do you remember the climbs, the crumbling ruins and … Continue reading

WE NEED YOUR HELP…

***CLICK HERE TO DONATE*** Question Your Teaspoons (QyT) is a multi-disciplinary arts company based in London and Yorkshire. The company’s founders and directors, Sheena Holliday (Crestfallen Productions) and Chris Williams (Drunken Chorus), share a special interest in site-specific events that address notions of community, our sense of belonging, and our attitudes and relationships to public … Continue reading

Dear All…

Dear all, We have received some incredible news this week. Our festival project for the Victorian Market Hall in Goole, East Yorkshire, has been awarded a grant of £10,000 from Arts Council England. This money will be used to commission a range of local, national and international artists to create new work in response to … Continue reading

Dear Sheena (4)…

Dear Sheena, We’ve been invited to the beach this Saturday (6th Aug)… in Goole!! East Riding Council, along with Goole Town Council and Junction, are bringing sand, water… even donkeys, to Goole town centre. The organisers, along with the market staff, have very kindly offered us a stall in the Victorian Market Hall for the … Continue reading

Dear Chris (3)…

Dear Chris, As you know I love lists, so I have written one for you based on the project we are currently planning…                                                                                        Market                                                                            Goole Market                                                                                        Market ing                                                                    Christmas Market                                                                        Android Market                                                                                 Up Market                                                                       Camden Market                                                                                       Market Research                                           Columbia Road Flower Market                                                                          Super Market                                                                                      … Continue reading