Larking Arts, founded by Bridget Floyer in 2016, specialises in contemporary theatre and other unconventional and bespoke community and cross discipline arts projects, with a commitment to ethical and inclusive practice.
Projects produced by Larking Arts include Derailed and Journey to the Impossible for devising and physical comedy specialists Little Soldier Productions; Your Toys and other strategic project development for Slot Machine Theatre, R&D for t’Other with Beggars Belief Collective, and R&D for Galatea by John Lyly with theatre maker and director Emma Frankland, designer Myriddin Pharo and the Before Shakespeare project at Roehampton University. Larking Arts runs a Theatre Club in Farnham and Aldershot and Bridget and Larking Arts’ associates are guest lecturers on the Acting and Performance BA at the University for the Creative Arts, Farnham and on the Theatre BA, University of Surrey.
Bridget’s previous experience also includes producing Fuel’s strategic touring project New Theatre in Your Neighbourhood, pop up cross discipline arts venue The Campsite, and community, youth and education arts development projects for Emergency Exit Arts, Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, and Theatre Royal Plymouth, as well as acting as Deputy General Manager (maternity cover) for Oily Cart. She is a trustee of Roehampton Outdoor Arts Movement and co-founder of the Rushmoor artists social network.