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“TRANSFORM HAS CHANGED THE WAY AUDIENCES EXPERIENCE LEEDS.”The Guardian
“URGENT AND OF THE MOMENT”Yorkshire Post
“SMASHING THE MIRROR OF COMFY, WHITE, MIDDLE CLASS THEATRE, TO REVEAL THE WIDE AND FRACTIOUS WORLD BEHIND IT.”On Magazine
SECRETS: Share a Secret
Are you aged 16-19 and living in Leeds? Submit a secret which might be shared anonymously as part of the SECRETS performance at Transform 23.Read more
ANNOUNCING INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIONS
We are excited to announce two new Transform commissions which are currently in the making and will be presented with festival peers internationally before heading to audiences in Leeds… Pumpitopera Transatlântica by Brazilian group MEXA and OH DEER! by Australian experimental art collective APHIDS.Read more
Introducing Our New Team Members
Introducing Ema Boswood (Producer), Siana-Mae Heppell-Secker (General Manager), and Hannah Keating (Freelance Marketing and Engagement Manager)Read more
New Dimensions Commission
Transform (Leeds), Battersea Arts Centre (London), Take Me Somewhere (Glasgow), Tramway (Glasgow), and Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts (Brighton) have come together to support artists who are ready to dream big and create a new work of scale that can tour nationally and internationally.Read more
A collection of interviews, thought pieces, ideas and reflections from the trailblazing voices involved in our festivals and projects.
THINKING ABOUT THE FUTURE
Creative Director Amy Letman reflects on how Transform is building opportunities for young creatives and leaders through an international festival context, and shares ambitious opportunities for those aged 16-21.
Linda Maestra: a residency
Part road-trip, part-experimental laboratory; Lowri Evans & Martha Kiss Perrone undertake a wild residency across West Yorkshire summoning the powers of old age.
A Party for Our Times
Artist Emma Bentley Fox captures Transform 21-22 closing event 'A Party for Our Times' through intimate film photography.