Homemakers: Make A Connection

During lockdown we’re all missing relationships with loved ones.

In this collection find out what connection means to others – from creating new relationships to enjoying your own company.

All work is on a pay-what-you-can basis delivered straight to your inbox.

Previously in this in this collection

Chris Thorpe & Yusra Warsama presents

Tell Me

Tell Me is a game from HOME to play at home.

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METIS presents

Love Letters to a Liveable Future: The Postcards

What do you dream of, out there on the other side of crisis?

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Karen Cogan presents

Turkey Sausage Roll

Frank, punchy, moving

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Jo Bannon presents

Absent Tense

Intimate, solitude, reflection

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Tom Kane presents


Magical, poetic, dreamy

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Hafsah Aneela Bashir presents

Poetry Health Service

Interactive, poetry, healing

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Ella Otomewo presents

I Don’t Love You Anymore, But I Don’t Love You Any Less

Reflection, poetic, connection

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Isaiah Hull presents

Carbon Fingertip

Poetic, personal, connection

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David Ellington presents


David Ellington brings to life his poignant and political BSL poem, Liberty, in a new short film

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Hester Chillingworth presents

Them’s the Rules

Video calls can feel so void of life. But in this landscape of distance and isolation, they also feel vital.

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