What makes us Wunderbar
Wunderbar is about extraordinary projects conceived by artists and made by audiences.
We are seriously curious and playfully disruptive, asking ‘What will happen if…’
The Wunderbar portfolio comprises a glorious, eclectic mix of performance, installation, extraordinary happenings, interactions, social events and games.
Our projects take place in all kinds of places: theatres, galleries and arts centres as well as everyday spaces like car parks, workplaces, hairdressers, living rooms and city streets.
Where we do it
Right now, most of our work takes place in and around Newcastle upon Tyne, north east England.
Our outlook is international. We work with artists from all over the world and digitize our work when we can so it can be accessed any time, any place. Wunderbar on Vimeo
Wunderbar projects have popped up in other parts of the UK and we expect this to happen more in the future.
How we came about
Now Wunderbar’s evolved from festival to ongoing project so the play never stops.
Ethics are everything to us. We prod and poke the minutiae of all we do, striving to make it as good as it can be for people and planet.
We have a detailed environmental policy and extensive codes for the way we interact with fellow humans. (If you’d like to see them you can contact us for copies)
Money matters too – the way we spend it and who and how we ask for it. We’re probing this artistically and philosophically and you’ll find loads of examples on this website.
We’re not perfect, but we’re trying our darn hardest.
People are what makes us Wunderbar. Find out how you can get involved as an individual or artist.
Get in touch
Go ahead. Contact us!
Meet team Wunderbar
Administration and Book-keeper
Sally Pilkington – Morph Creative
Web and design guru
Claire Malcolm, Jonathan Combe, Steve Gibson