The Ladybird Project was formed in Leeds in 2008 by a group of young graduates asking ‘what next?’ A group of skilled individuals came together to build what is now a hugely diverse organisation.
The Ladybird Project offers bespoke children’s and cabaret areas at festivals through the summer months. We offer a range of games, activities and shows tailor made to each festival’s unique character. Many of these take place in our big red tent, which has become a landmark at many of the events we attend.
We are always looking for ways to help our volunteers develop their skills. While not on tour we run a year round Skill Share programme in Leeds. These are free to attend and open to all, offering an environment to enhance confidence as you learn.
The Ladybird Directors
I have been helping with the organisational side of the project for the last 2 years, becoming an official director October 2015. I have helped coordinate the crew for the last 2 festival tours and been heavily involved in making just about everything for the last 3 years. I help to coordinate the current Skill Share program, manage the communications and promote the organisation.
I am one of the founding members of The Ladybird Project who continues to bring blue sky ideas alongside my wealth of experience leading the Ladybird Project over most of the last decade. I have always been at the core of Ladybird and never fail to surprise and delight with new offerings.
Where to find us
– All Hallows,24 Regent Terrace, Leeds, LS6 1NP