At Gateways we are passionate about connecting people with histories. Using our combined expertise as historians and creative practitioners we are constantly exploring new ways of sharing histories through creative approaches.

We work with partners in the heritage, arts and cultural sectors and with community groups to deliver bespoke projects and artworks in response to sites, anniversaries, and themes. You can find out more about our various projects and partners through the case studies below.

We welcome enquiries from organisations and community groups of all sizes and areas of interest and have worked with a wide range of partners. These include local community groups, regional arts and heritage organisations and national and international cultural organisations.

Current partners include:

  • Imperial War Museum, UK

  • Folkestone Nepalese Community Group

  • In Flanders' Fields Museum, Ieper, Belgium

  • Passchendaele Memorial Museum, Zonnebeke, Belgium

  • Walking artist Thread and Word, and composer Thom Robson

Previously, we worked for the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport to produce a new verbatim performance and performed lecture for the Ypres 100 commemorative events in Belgium. We have also worked with theatres including the Theatre Royal Brighton, the Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury, and the King's Theatre, Portsmouth.