"Feelgood are a jewel in Manchester’s theatrical crown…" Manchester Evening News
We have enthralled 350,000 audience members and 14,500 workshop participants at site specific and traditional venues worldwide; we have flown aeroplanes, jumped off cliff tops and created spectacular shows in Africa, Europe and the West End; we have employed 650 creatives through 35 original productions, 15 world premieres, 30 new compositions and 35 education programmes.
Feelgood have been honoured with multiple awards and has its roots firmly embedded in great story-telling. 2016 saw our triumphant return to Heaton Park and Hall where we are now the Resident Theatre Company, creating spectacular outdoor promenade and hauntingly beautiful indoor commissions.
Feelgood Theatre Productions
Celebrating 25 Years
Since its formation by Caroline Clegg in 1994 with a vision to create 'theatre with a definite sense of risk and adventure', Feelgood has done just that, delighting audiences with the sheer joy of live theatre.
10th November 2019, 7.30pm
'These Days - The Manchester Peace
"Caroline Clegg and her Feelgood Theatre Productions company ... have a role all their own ... A remarkable example of collaboration, as perhaps only Manchester can do ... fully using the [RNCM] auditorium’s capacities, it made for an absorbing and very moving experience.
Lead composer Nicola LeFanu [composed] several of the children’s songs ... well judged to fit the two choruses, both in their level of sophistication and technically, with the Hallé youngsters rising to considerable challenges...
Composer Grace Evangeline Mason’s Lifted (an interlude of simple innocence that did what the title said, with eloquent melody, as a child describes the joy of solitude and the open freedom of the park) was one that stayed with me."
This autumn, on Remembrance Sunday 10th November 2019, Feelgood are proud to bring 'These Days - The Manchester Peace Song Cycle' back to the city for a single performance within its historic Cathedral.
Since its remarkable collaborative creation in 2018, featuring original work from 9 composers and a libretto by 'Manchester Poet', Tony Walsh, this unique and inspiring piece has been hailed as an example of what music and theatre can do, to celebrate the best of our past and learn from it too.
Tickets are now available online for this one-off performance and seating is naturally limited, so don't miss your opportunity to experience this historic and moving musical masterpiece.