About & Support
Who we are and who we work with: collaborating to do work that is far greater than the sum of its parts is our lifeblood. Luxi exists to brighten lives through creative endeavour and stories.
- Welcoming ACCESS for everyone
- WELLBEING for people and the planet
The work we do
- Creative Consultancy
- Project Management
- Events (especially pop-up and site-specific) & Festivals
- Marketing & Communications
For our own projects and events, we produce, promote and present prestigious arts and theatre with artists and audiences around the world, we have a specialism in audience experience and are particularly interested in exploring people’s relationship with place, people at a stage of transition and authentic connections. In many tailored ways we can work with you to share our ethos and learning.
This site shares the work of Luxi ltd and associated projects from the community of Luxi Creative.
We are very open to new opportunities so if you have an idea or a project, please get in touch for a chat. Contact us on email@example.com or phone 07583 655018
The lux is the unit for measuring illuminance and luminous emittance, one lux has the light level of a single candle; we believe in projects through which, like light, a small action has a radiant effect. As curious people, we also love that luxi is sometimes pronounced as look-see.
We have a network of Associates and our team changes for each project, bringing together the right artists with the right audiences and putting them in the right place. See faces on this page to see some you might encounter.
You can send things to us:
c/o Be Premiere Hair, 1st floor, 29 Blackwellgate, Darlington, DL1 5HX
or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07583 655018
Luxi’s success to date is thanks to work with many other people, especially Olivia Hayes, Stan Hodgson, Jade Byrne, Sarah Wilson, Lysanne van Overbeek, Helen Fitzmaurice, Millie Harris, Ellen Johnson, Katy Graham, Richard Agar, Jason Berge, Rob Irish, Katy Banner, Peter Flynn, Chris Grady, Haani Hasnain, Peter Groom, Debbie Harbin, Michael Spenceley, Daniel Bye, Gary Kitching, Emma Beach, Sarah Hearn, Gillie Kleiman, Van Badham, Selma Dimitrijevic, Anna Ryder, Carl Kennedy, Zoe Lambert, Rich Kenworthy, John Randall, Katie Roberts, Katie Duffy, Katie Croft & BAC
Each of our events and projects is supported in different ways, through partnerships and through funding primarily.
Jabberwocky Market events, as part of the Collaborative Touring Network with Battersea Arts Centre, supported with funding from Arts Council England, Esmee Fairbairn Foundation and Garfield Weston Foundation.
We deliver the events through partnerships with local organisations and venues, currently Polam Hall School, Darlington Markets, Greenfield Community College and Darlington Quakers.
The project is supported on an ongoing basis by local businesses Kimberley Caravans and Be Premiere Hair.
Our Line 2018 was a pilot theatre on trains project that we delivered with Hannah Bruce & Co, and train company Northern, and additional support from University of York.
A HUGE Thank You to some of the people who have kindly bought Pay It Forward tickets and therefore supported others to attend Jabberwocky Market events: S Hall, R Chapman, Farnaby Turf, various anonymous. If you would like to do the same, simply buy one or more £10 PIF tickets and we’ll do the rest. After making the booking, you can choose to be thanked or not.
On some projects we work with volunteers and their time and enthusiasm is an invaluable support to enable life-brightening projects to happen. Feedback says the experience also brightens the volunteers lives. If you would like to volunteer, please contact us on email@example.com to discover what opportunities we have available.
Many of our projects lend themselves to mutually beneficial partnership with businesses, sometimes with cash support and often in-kind. As well as those mentioned elsewhere on this page, over recent years these have included: La Di Da magazine, J&B Farnaby Turf, Teesside University, Inside Out Nightclub, Urban & Civic developments, Hole in the Wall pub, The Pennyweight pub, Mercure Kings Hotel, Voodoo Cafe, Courvoisier, Darlington Farmers Auction Mart, Pernod Ricard, Darlington Boxing & Martial Arts Academy.