The Brick Box Shortlisted

The Brick Box is an arts organisation and Community Interest Company founded in 2010. We bring people together to share creative experiences and see things differently. We believe in the power of creative expression to transform people's lives and environments.

"Arts regeneration mavericks"

Royal College of Art

We have a diverse portfolio of projects having worked in high streets, markets, housing estates, loading bays, parks, pubs, squares, service lifts, vault spaces, motorway underpasses, community gardens, urban beaches and temporary structures. We have facilitated over 400 combined arts events, worked with more than 4000 artists and organisations, and met hundreds of thousands of participants and audience members.

We deliver

  • Art projects
  • Events and festivals
  • People-led regeneration projects
  • Creative consultation strategies
  • Meanwhile space projects
  • Private events and exhibitions
  • Consultancy services
  • The Toast Temple in Tooting, part of the Wandsworth Arts Festival.
  • Physical theatre performance in Brixton Village Market.
  • Street Dance the Maypole underneath the A13 flyover in Canning Town, London.
  • The Golden Labyrinth installation at Light Night Canning Town 2013.
  • Blanc Sceol perform at Light Night Canning Town 2014.
  • The Royal Victoria Beach.
  • Unorthobox: a collaboration with Assemble Studio and Karavan Ensemble.
  • Family Atlantica at the A13 Green in Canning town.
  • Old Dirty Brasstards perform under the A13 flyover in Canning Town.
  • Parades and colours with Emergency Exit Arts.
  • The Electric Fireside in Bradford.
  • Happy audiences!
  • Playing with shadows at Little Light Nights in Bradford.
  • Kenny Lynch OBE in Canning Town.
  • The Light Fantastic in Thamesmead
  • The Electric Fireside at Gully House, Wingate, County Durham.
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"You absolutely brought a completely new spin on the idea of artists working with light to the Durham audience and I loved every minute of it. And as for the participants, I know that they'll never have had an experience like it and it will live long in the memory."

Helen Marriage, Director, Artichoke