Charlotte Spencer Projects draws together a broad range of exceptional artists from the fields of choreography, dance, music, visual art, writing and the environment. With direction from Charlotte Spencer, we produce original and exciting new work.



Current projects




New Video Trailer of Walking Stories

A beautiful and (we think) enticing new trailer video for Walking Stories. Thank you David McCormick for the many drafts and your patience! It’s very short, have a look!

Funding Success

We are delighted to say that we have been granted funding from Arts Council England for the research period of our latest project: Is this a Waste Land? (ITAWL) We start work properly in 2015. The project is made possible with amazing financial support from Greenwich Dance, South East Dance, Sound and Music and Patrons of Charlotte Spencer Projects. More coming soon!


Is this a Waste Land?

We’re just starting the research period. This might evolve into a multi-disciplinary outdoor performance designed specifically for two contrasting sites – an industrial ‘wasteland’ space and a forest. We are attempting this: How we can respond with hope and positivity times of uncertainty and crisis? It is a project about utility of space, development,  and community in liminal spaces.

We’ll keep you posted with how we get on.

Walking Stories – an audio walk for parks

Supplied with mp3 players and headphones, audiences share in a unique outdoor experience, where green spaces become part of an exploratory, interactive and fully immersive audio journey. Moving between watching, listening, and following instructions, Walking Stories takes you on a journey with yourself. Find out more ⟶

Cycle Stories – a film

This documentary film by David McCormick shares our journey in the making of Walking Stories – a trip of 3000km by bicycle across England and France.



The blog thread of this website provides a space for people outside of the studio walls to have a glimpse into our working process. It is also to give us the challenge of trying to write/share what we’re doing as it develops – so inherently tricky to articulate something 2-dimensionally that is utterly physical, web-like, messy, and multi-dimensional, especially when we’re in the midst of it. Have a read!

Great Review from Brighton International Festival

“Contemplative and profound, Charlotte Spencer Project’s audio walk through woods in Stanmer Park draws you effortlessly into an experience of natural choreography. It is a choreography of groups and solitude; of the natural world and the rhythms and patterns that emerge from everyday living. It is one of the most calming, quietly beautiful and evocative outdoor pieces I have ever experienced.” Full review ⟶


We rely on the generosity of individuals through our Patrons Scheme to support the development of new artistic projects, touring current work and the on-going running costs of Charlotte Spencer Projects. We would love you to consider becoming a Patron. Find out more ⟶ Sign up today⟶

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