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Waiting 4 ....

PRODIGALS

Underneath the Stars

The (not quite) Christmas Special

Literally Speaking {4,2,4}

Schools Projects 2003 & 2004

Self Assembly

Campaigns

All About Eve

Lifting the Scales

Red Noses @ the Haworth

The Time of Your Life

Urban Eyes

Here is a sample of some of Credo's past performances.




Children's Adventures

Since 2009, Credo has run a series of "Children's Adventures" where groups of primary age children and their carers are led on an exciting quest, during which a variety of strange and interesting characters assist (or in some cases hinder) them to reach their goal.These have included a giant, grumpy gnome, sergeant major, bicycle repair man, pirate, cowboy, kind Ruth, brave David, stressed Noah, chef, sleeping beauty, man-eating spider, big game hunter, shepherd, Roberta Hood, the Rotten Regiment, inn keeper, King Rowan, Mr Wolf, mad doctor, Archangel Gabriel, clowns and a huge dragon.

Five of these were undertaken in the wooded grounds of Bishopthorpe Palace, York as part of the Diocese of York's XL_Children's events, and in 2015 Credo ran out first "Christmas Adventure at St John's Church, Rosmead Street in Hull.



Waiting 4....
What happens when we stop, wait, and have a chance to reflect on the past and look to the future?.

Created by Credo in 2010, and performed during Advent, this piece gives the opportunity to hear the stories of others and reflect on our own.
"Credo productions are always original and thought provoking. I thoroughly enjoyed this latest play and couldn't stop talking and arguing about the issues raised, all the way home!!" (Liz Harrison, St Columba's 25/11/10)
Waiting4... premiered on Tuesday 25th November 2010 at St Columba Church, Hull, and was also performed in Stillington and Cherry Burton that Advent season. Credo plan to make this production available again next year, so if you are interested in booking the producetion please contact us. Waiting4... consists of an hour's storytellign and an hour's worth of discussion afterwards.

Go on. What are you waiting for .....?

PRODIGALS
Virtually everyone is part of a family of one sort or another. And every family has a story.
Based on the parable of the Prodigal Son, Credo's latest production, PRODIGALS, explores the themes of family, relationships, jealousy, judgement and redemption.

The play is one act and one and a quarter hour in length. It was toured and performed in a variety of venues, sometimes standing alone, and sometimes with follow up discussion around the central challenges within the play - justice and grace, and our attitudes towards the "prodigals".

PRODIGALS premiered on Sunday 31st August 2008 at St Columba Church, Hull to an audience of 90+. Subsequnt performances took place at St John’s Bransholme; in 2009 Stillington Village Hall, St Cuthbert’s Hull, Bricknell Ave Methodist Church Hull, Cherry Burton Village Hall; in 2010 Toll Gavel Church Beverley, Skidby School, St Columba’s Hull (2nd); in 2011 Corpus Christi Hall Cleethorpes, Alexandra Hall Hedon, St Columba’s Hull (3rd); in 2012 All Saints Church Brough, Tower Hill Methodist Church, Hessle; in 2013 Hutton Cranswick Methodist Church, with the sixteenth and final performance on 16th November 2013 at St John’s Rosmead St Hull.

Performers & techncial crew: Julia Clapp, Paul Ganney, Ben Hall, Virginia Hall, Jack Holland, John Leyland-Brown, Helen Lintern, Melanie Mills, Leonie Plumtree, Phil Simpson, John Saunderson, Lizzie Steel, Hannah Turvey, Geoff Waring, Richard Wells and Cathy Westby
Please click on this link to see photographs from the performance

*Underneath* *the* *Stars*
The biblical story of Ruth is about ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances. It is a tale of love, tragedy, friendship and faith. Real people, real lives. First brought to life by Credo Arts Community in a brand new, full-length production in January 2006 to an audience of over 160, who were invited to join us, as we met . . .

*Underneath*the*Stars*

A review of January 2006's performance can be viewed by clicking here. Photographs of the performance can be seen by clicking here. A souvenir book of the scripts with phtographs of the Credo production is available here. ,/div>
Twelve performances of this play were made by Credo:
28/1/06 St Columba's Drypool; 29/1/06 St Columba's Drypool; 9/9/06 St Martin's Hull;
23/9/06 St Luke's Harrogate; 28/10/06 Trinity Methodists' Hull; 18/11/06 Walton St Hull;
24/2/07 All Saints' South Cave; 3/3/07 Toll Gavel Beverley; 29/9/07 St Patrick's Patrington;
6/10/07 St James' Sutton-on-Hull; 2/2/08 Toll Gavel Beverley; 23/2/08 St John's Rosmead St Hull.



The (not quite) Christmas Special

Performed at O'Sullivan's Club, Hull, on 19 November 2004, The (not quite) Christmas Special included sketches, video, live music, quizzes, and plenty of laughs.

Click here for a review.



Literally Speaking {4,2,4}

First performed on 15th November 2003 at the Endsleigh Centre in Hull, Credo's entertaining and thought provoking exploration of language through poetry and prose, speech and silence, twists and truths, songs and sonnets, Literally Speaking {4,2,4}, took a capacity crowd on a journey via drama, humour, movement, music and video, towards a better understanding of how language shapes our lives.

Click here for a review.

Due to popular demand, Literally Speaking {4,2,4} was performed again on 20 March 2003, to great acclaim.



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Fifth Avenue School Project 2003
- Pride in Hull -

In the Spring of 2003, a grant from Creative Partnerships enable Credo and Fifth Avenue Primary School in Hull to undertake a series of projects with Year 3, 4 and 5 pupils. The first of these projects explored the history of Hull and celebrated recent developments within the City such as the new sports stadium and "The Deep". They produced a film, "Pride in Hull", which was shown to an audience of parents and invited guests, including the Mayor, who commented that it was the best video for tourism that he'd ever seen!

Headteacher Keith Lodge has been delighted with the outcome of the project, saying,

Click for 5th Ave web site"The work Creative Partnerships and Credo did in terms of getting children involved with living history is at the heart of what the Government and teachers want schools to do. By using first hand experiences to bring subjects alive, the children learn so much more about history and their own surroundings."

Credo also worked with the school to address personal, social and health education issues by getting the pupils to talk about children's rights and how they can co-operate with each other and work together. This resulted in group discussions which led to children writing poems about their wishes for the future, followed by a presentation to the school.

The objectives of the project were raising aspirations and getting the pupils taking part to think about their community. The aim was to develop a sense of pride in the community, and producing a video of their findings and feelings meant the children also acquired skills in video and filming techniques.

Click here for more information.

Fifth Avenue School Project 2004
- Our Place -

Encouraging children to feel proud of their school and to have respect for their surroundings was the intended outcome of the Our Place project undertaken by Credo Arts Community and Fifth Avenue Primary School in Hull in the first quarter of 2004. Click here for more information on the project.




The Time of Your Life

Performed at O'Sullivan's Club, Hull, in January 2003 (and again at Cherry Burton Village Hall in April), Credo's most recent (at time of writing) "Cabaret Night", The Time of Your Life took an audience of around 200 on a journey from the womb to the grave, with sketches, video, live music, quizzes, and plenty of laughs.

            "Very funny"
               "Absolutely Excellent"
                   "Best Credo I've seen yet"
                      "I particularly enjoyed Goole."



Urban Eyes


". . . And the wind echoes whispers of rumours of the city yet to come."
                                                                              Heart of the City, C. Westby
Performed first on 9 November 2000 at the Live Art Space, Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, UK. This piece was a special commission from Yorkshire Arts and Hull City Council for the Humber Mouth, Hull Literature Festival 2000.


"Representing perhaps the best kind of youth or community theatre, Credo performs with intelligence, exuberance and creative use of multi-media. 'Urban Eyes' was a compilation of music (mostly pre 90's pop and rock) and short dramatizations of poems. The show was themed around the pressures of urban life in the UK . . . . I was absorbed and entertained for most of the show, very impressed by the skills of many of the cast, and by the interpretations of poems and songs. I hope Credo produce more work for future festivals in Hull, and recommend their work to anyone looking for performance which is fresh and innovative."
Maggie Hannan,
Resident Web Site Critic,
Humbermouth Literature Festival 2000

A shorter version of Urban Eyes was performed as part of the "EdFest" Urban Ministry Conference at Longhill, UK on 9 June 2001 (click for pics), and the fully fledged, no holds barred version drew an even bigger crowd when performed for the 2001 Humbermouth Literature Festival, in St. Columba Church, East Hull. Click here for a review.



Funded by Hull City Council and Yorkshire Arts

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Lifting the Scales

In July 2001, with the help of a grant from Christian Aid, Credo launch Lifting the Scales - our flexible presentation for the Trade Justice Movement. Within it's first year, Lifting the Scales will have been seen at over 20 venues across the UK. For more information on the campaign, please view our Campaigns page.




"I've been to several Trade Justice events, but this is the first in which I understood what was actually wrong with the WTO!"
Great Limber, Dec 2001

July 2001, St. Columba Church, Hull
from Mr Everyman Visits the WTO

". . . Delegates are often bulldozed into decisions of which they do not know the full implications and that do not offer the best deals for their countries . . ."


July 2001, St. Columba Church, Hull from The Masks Removed

" . . .In Indonesia thousands and thousands of people work on production lines, "like battery hens" as one journalist described. They work in temperatures of up to 40 degrees, doing very long shifts, for some of the world's richest companies, such as Nike and Gap. For their work they earn about 72p a day, about 4% of the cost of the trainers they work on - not enough even to buy the laces . . ."



Red Noses at the Haworth

A fundraising event for Comic Relief 2001, held in the Haworth Arms, Hull, UK, on 23 March 2001. The evening included comedy sketches, charity single quiz, celebrity pants auction, and disco. Many thanks to Louise, the Beautiful South, Roland Gift, the Bishop of Hull, John Godber, Crystal Palace, Sylvain Wiltord, Hull City, Hull FC, and Hull Kingston Rovers for signing pants for auction. Ł379 was raised for Comic Relief's charity work in Africa and the UK.



Campaigns

From its earliest days to the present, Credo has used drama to raise awareness of campaigns for the poorest people of the world. With the support of grants and commissions from charities such as Christian Aid, CAFOD, WEFT and Trust Greenbelt, as well as a large number of individual supporters, Credo has brought the complex issues of third world debt and trade justice to a large audience across the UK.



Trade Justice


From the summer of 2001 Credo has been campaigning on the issues of Trade Justice. Credo Arts Community wasan early member of the Trade Justice Movement.


"International trade is one of the most powerful forces in the world today - affecting each and every one of us. Managed in the right way it could be one of the greatest solutions to global poverty, bringing investment, employment and income.

But for that to happen, the rules of trade need to work for the poor. Too often, the current rules only serve the interests of rich countries and powerful corporations, meaning poor countries are squeezed out or exploited.

Click for Trade for Life Click for TJM

With fairer rules, trade could lift millions out of poverty. And you can help make it happen."

Credo have produced a brand new presentation: "Lifting the Scales" looking at the injustices of the current situation and providing practical suggestions for how you can help make a difference. This flexible presentation can be adapted to suit a variety of churches services, harvest suppers, and other groups and meetings.
To book, or discuss, Credo's "Lifting the Scales" presentation, please contact Cathy Westby, Credo, [tel. , e-mail ]

The scripts for Lifting the Scales are now available. See Scripts page





Here are links to some website relating to the issues of fair trade
Trade Justice Movement - group of organisations concerned with the negative impact of international trade rules on the poorest people in the world, on the environment, and on democracy. (the "Jubilee 2000" of trade) With links to member sites (e.g. Christian Aid, Oxfam, Banana Link, Fairtrade Foundation, etc.)

Hull One World Shop & Education Centre

Ethical Consumer Research Association - promotes human rights, environmental sustainability, etc. by providing information on consumer issues
Guardian Special Report - WTO
WTO - World Trade Organisation - global international organization dealing with the rules of trade between nations

www.faxyourmp.com - Type your postcode. Your MP pops up. Type you message and it is faxed.
We are often asked which supermarkets stock which fair trade goods. Click here for the Fairtrade Foudation's guide.




Third World Debt


From the campaign's launch in 1997, Credo has been actively involved in supporting and promoting the Jubilee 2000 campaign for the cancellation of the unpayable debts of the world's poorest nations. Between 1997 and the end of 2000, Credo used flexible presentations, at over 40 venues across the UK. These showed the terrible effect of unpayable debt on the world's poorest people, with 19,000 children dying unnecessarily each day, together with the hope that things do change when people act together. As described at Credo's 4th Birthday Bash in July 2000;
We've performed in churches and cathedrals, 
In civic halls and village halls
At schools and universities
A convent and a gaol.

We've done the cities like London,
Sheffield, Leeds and Birmingham,
York City, Hull City,
Villages and towns.

We've been to Burstwick, Bilton, 
Bridlington and Beverley.
Sellyoaks, Southcoates
Swanland-Scarborough too. 

In front of bishops and synods, 
Mayors and local labour parties
School kids, Hull Sharks,
And now in front of you.

Click for Jubilee Debt Campaign Credo was invited by Jubilee 2000 to perform at the final rally in December 2000, alongside Gordon Brown, Bob Geldof, and a number of international speakers. While Jubilee 2000 ended on 31st December 2000 the campaign for justice goes on. More information on the campaign can be found at the web site of the Jubilee Debt Campaign (UK) (Jubilee 2000's UK successor).






All About Eve


"How often do we forget that behind the incredible stories of the bible lie real people, who, despite their different culture and history, share with us the essence of our common humanity - our hopes, fears, dreams and frustrations.

"This event gives chance for us to find out about those who have gone before - four women from the bible tell their own stories and experiences. Through the presentation and the opportunity to talk with the characters, we will find out a little more about their society stories and their special relationship with God."

Performed six times in the Humber region since 1998. Click here for a review.



Self Assembly

Performed most recently in York in March 2003 for Riverlines at the City Screen, York, and twice in Hull. First performed on 15 November 1998 at Hull Screen Theatre, as part of the Hull Literature Festival. It was this first performance that caught the eye of the Literature Festival supremos, leading to the Special Commission in 2000.


Self Assembly is based on poetry of U A Fanthorpe, recipient of the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetry 2003, whose work formed part of syllabus for A' Level English Literature. In the word of the publicity;


U. A. Fanthorpe has been described as a poet who can "hit you below the heart." Now you have a chance to engage with the voices, subjects and challenges in a unique way, as Credo Arts Community bring you . . .


. . . a dramatic blend of music, drama, dance, video and visuals, giving an enlightening interpretation of a selection of Fanthorpe's work. This 75 minute presentation will delight both her loyal fans, and the first time 'reader' as we see unfolding "the gallery of human types that do not usually figure in poetry."


Click here for reviews. If you have seen Self Assembly then we would love to hear your comments. Please send them to review@credoarts.org.uk

Click for Penguin home pageIf you would like to read U A Fanthorpe's work for yourself, "Selected Poems - U A Fanthorpe" and "Penguin Modern Poets Volume 6" are available from Penguin Books, and a wider range of her works from Peterloo Poets.



Recent Performances


2017

Sunday 16th April 2017 Easter Praise, with Credo's "The Box" sketch Hull City Hall
|John Leyland-Brown|Laura Dixon|Virginia Hall|Helen Lintern|Melanie Mills|John Saunderson|
Sunday 5th March 2017 Fairtrade Fortnight Service, with Credo's sketches Anlaby Park Methodist Church
||Virginia Hall|Hannah Turvey|?|


2016

Tuesday 20th December 2016 Credo's "Christmas Adventure" (for primary school age children) St Stephen's Neighbourhood Centre and Church, Greatfield, Hull
|John Leyland-Brown|Laura Dixon|Virginia Hall|Helen Lintern|Lizzie McEllen|Julie Robinson|Hannah Turvey|
Monday 19th December 2016 Credo's "Christmas Adventure" (for primary school age children) St Margaret’s Welcome Centre, Longhill, Hull
|John Leyland-Brown|Laura Dixon|Virginia Hall|Lizzie McEllen|Julie Robinson|Hannah Turvey|Cathy Westby|
Saturday 17th December 2016 Credo's "Christmas Adventure" (for primary school age children) Bricknell Avenue Methodist Church, Hull
|John Leyland-Brown|Laura Dixon|Lizzie McEllen|Melanie Mills|Leonie Plumtree|John Saunderson|Hannah Turvey|Cathy Westby|
Saturday 10th December 2016 Credo's "Christmas Adventure" (for primary school age children) Victoria Dock Village Hall, Hull
|John Leyland-Brown|Laura Dixon|Lizzie McEllen|Melanie Mills|Julie Robinson|John Saunderson|Hannah Turvey|Cathy Westby|
Friday 9th December 2016 Credo's "Christmas Adventure" (for primary school age children) St John's Church & Community Centre, Rosmead St., Hull
|John Leyland-Brown|Laura Dixon|Virginia Hall|Helen Lintern|Lizzie McEllen|Leonie Plumtree|Hannah Turvey|Cathy Westby|
Saturday 19th November 2016 FreedomX , with Credo's "History of Hull" and "Freedom" sketches Jubilee Church, King Edward Street, Hull
|Lucy Beech|John Leyland-Brown|Laura Dixon|Mark McEllen|Leonie Plumtree|Julie Robinson|John Saunderson|Hannah Turvey|Cathy Westby|
Sunday 9th October 2016 SEARCH Living Better for Less team's Harvest Celebration, with Credo's "Trading Post" sketch The Annex, Cottingham Road, Hull
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Saturday 11 June 2016 To Believe Is To Act The Annex, Cottingham Road, Hull
|Virginia Hall|John Leyland-Brown|Helen Lintern| Melanie Mills|Nigel Mills|Lucy Paxton|Leonie Plumtree|Julie Robinson|John Saunderson|Hannah Turvey|Cathy Westby| About 35 attended|
Saturday 19 March 2016 Ros's Retirement Bash with Credo's "The Mission" sketch The Annex, Cottingham Road, Hull
|Leonie Plumtree|Hannah Turvey|


2015

Monday 21 December 2015 Credo's "Christmas Adventure" (for primary school age children) St John's Church, Rosmead St, Hull
Virginia Hall|John Leyland-Brown|Melanie Mills|Lucy Paxton|Leonie Plumtree|Julie Robinson|Hannah Turvey|Cathy Westby
Sunday 13 December 2015 "Christmas Actually" sketch by Credo at Carol Service St John's Church, Rosmead St, Hull
Virginia Hall|Melanie Mills|Leonie Plumtree|Julie Robinson|Hannah Turvey
Thursday 10 December 2015 "Christmas Actually" sketch by Credo at Believe in Hull Christmas Party The Annex, Hull
Virginia Hall|Helen Lintern|Leonie Plumtree|Julie Robinson|Cathy Westby
Friday 4 December 2015 "Christmas Actually" sketch by Credo at "Love Actually Ladies' Night St Aidan's Church, Hull
Virginia Hall|Helen Lintern|Leonie Plumtree|Julie Robinson|Hannah Turvey
Friday 18 September 2015 Launch of Amo drama group for 13-18 year olds The Anex, Hull
Leonie Plumtree|Cathy Westby|Jon Steel
Sat. 5 & Sun. 6 September 2015 History of Hull in 15 minutes by Credo at Hull's Freedom Festival Scale lane performance space
Mark Costen|Virginia Hall|John Leyland-Brown|Leonie Plumtree|John Saunderson|Hannah Turvey|Cathy Westby
Fri. 26 June 2015 History of Hull in 15 minutes by Credo at launch event for Believe in Hull Communities of Culture Project Worker St Columba's Church, Hull
Virginia Hall|John Leyland-Brown|Leonie Plumtree|Julie Robinson|John Saunderson|Hannah Turvey|Cathy Westby
Sat. 17 January 2015 Dan Rhodes - A Celebration of his life|with drama by Credo Jubilee Church|Hull
Melanie Mills|Nigel Mills|Leonie Plumtree|Julie Robinson|John Saunderson|Hannah Turvey|Cathy Westby: Young Love|The Club|CountUp|Reach


2014

Sat. 13 December 2014 Total Praise Choir presents Christmas Unwrapped, with drama by Credo St John's Church & Community Centre, Rosmead St, Hull
Virginia Hall, Leonie Plumtree, Julie Robinson, John Saunderson, Hannah Turvey, Cathy Westby
Sat. 14 June 2014 Woodland Adventure 5 @ XL-Children 2014 Bishopthorpe Palace, nr York
Mark Costen, Thomas Costen, Helen Lintern, Melanie Mills, Tony Robinson, Jessica Robinson, Julie Robinson, John Saunderson, Hannah Turvey, Bill Watts, Cathy Westby
Sun. 20 April 2014 East Hull Praise, with drama by Credo St John's Church, Rosmead St, Hull
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2013

Sat. 16 November 2013 Credo presents ... PRODIGALS 16 & final St John's Church & Community Centre, Rosmead St, Hull
John Leyland-Brown, Ben Hall, Virginia Hall, Helen Lintern, Melanie Mills, John Saunderson, Phil Simpson, Hannah Turvey, Geoff Waring, Cathy Westby
Sat. 16 June 2013 Woodland Adventure 4 @ XL-Children 2013 Bishopthorpe Palace, nr York
Virginia Hall, John Leyland-Brown, Leonie Plumtree, John Saunderson, Hannah Turvey, Cathy Westby
Sat. 20 April 2013 Credo presents ... PRODIGALS 15 Hutton Cranswick Methodist Church, E Yorks
John Leyland-Brown, Ben Hall, Virginia Hall, Helen Lintern, Melanie Mills, John Saunderson, Phil Simpson, Hannah Turvey, Geoff Waring, Cathy Westby
Sun. 27 January 2013 Sparks youth event - drama workshops by Credo Brough, E Yorks
Virginia HallPhil Simpson, Hannah Turvey


2012

Sat. 20 October 2012 Credo presents ... PRODIGALS 14 Tower Hill Methodist Church, Hessle, E Yorks
John Leyland-Brown, Virginia Hall, Helen Lintern?, Melanie Mills, John Saunderson, Phil Simpson, Lizzie Steel, Hannah Turvey, Geoff Waring, Cathy Westby
Sat. 30 June 2012 Woodland Adventure 3 @ XL-Children 2012 Bishopthorpe Palace, nr York
Alex ?, Jack Holland, Margaret Liversedge, Joshua Mills, Melanie Mills, Nigel Mills, Sophie Mills, John Saunderson, Phil Simpson, Lizzie Steel, Sandie Thompson, Hannah Turvey, Cathy Westby
Sun. 22 April 2012 Credo presents ... PRODIGALS 13 All Saints Church, Brough, E Yorks
John Leyland-Brown, Virginia Hall, Jack Holland, Helen Lintern?, Melanie Mills, John Saunderson, Phil Simpson, Lizzie Steel?, Hannah Turvey?, Cathy Westby
Wed. 29 March 2012 Three sketches at Hull & East Yorkshire Fairtrade Event The Guildhall, Hull
Sandie Thompson (debut!), John Saunderson, Melanie Mills, Cathy Westby
Sat. 24 March 2011 Credo presents ... PRODIGALS 12 St Columba's, Hull
Geoff Waring & Ben (tec), John Saunderson, Virginia Hall, Cathy Westby, Phil Simpson, John Leyland-Brown, Heleb Lintern, Melanie Mills, Lizzy Steel


2011

Fri. 2 December 2011 Three sketches at Girls' Night Out St Aidan's, Hull
Hannah Turvey (tec), John Saunderson, Virginia Hall, Cathy Westby, Heidi Shirra
Sat. 26 November 2011 Credo presents ... Waiting 4 .... St Cuthbert's, Hull
Hannah Turvey (tec), John Saunderson, Virginia Hall, Cathy Westby, Heidi Shirra
Sat. 12 November 2011 Credo presents ... PRODIGALS Alexandra Hall, Hedon
Phil Simpson, John Saunderson, John Leyland-Brown, Virginia Hall, Cathy Westby, Helen Lintern, Lizzy Steel, Melanie Mills (Geoff Waring, Ben ?, Hannah Turvey)
Tue. 18 October 2011 Credo presents ... Waiting 4 .... Hull
Phil Simpson (tec), John Saunderson, Virginia Hall, Melanie Mills, Heidi Shirra
Fri. 23 September 2011 Credo presents ... PRODIGALS Corpus Christi Hall, Cleethorpes
Phil Simpson, John Saunderson, Melanie Mills, John Leyland-Brown, Virginia Hall, Cathy Westby, Helen Lintern, Lizzy Steel (Geoff Waring, Ben ?, Hannah Turvey)
Sat. 2 April 2011 Sketches for Hull-Youth-for-Christ's Latest "Mum's Night" Boulevard, Hull
Hannah Turvey, Virginia Hall, Helen Lintern, ??, Nigel Mills, Cathy Westby
Sat. 5 March 2011 Sketches for John Cowan's 40th Do St Cuthbert's Hall, Hull
Hannah Turvey, ??, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby


2010

Wed. 8 December 2010 Credo presents ... Waiting 4 Cherry Burton, East Yorks.
Helen Lintern, Nigel Mills, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby
Sat. 27 November 2010 Credo presents ... Waiting 4 Stillington Methodist Church, N. Yorks
Helen Lintern, Hannah Turvey, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby
Thu. 25 November 2010 Credo presents ... Waiting 4 St Columba's Church, Hull
Helen Lintern, Melanie Mills, Hannah Turvey, Phil Simpson
Sat. 26 June 2010 Woodland Adventure 2 @ XL-Children 2010 Bishopthorpe Palace, nr York
Helen Lintern, Jenny Marsden, Hannah Turvey, Mark Costen, John Saunderson, Phil Simpson, Cathy Westby, Lizzy Steel, Paul Ganney
Sat. 17 April 2010 Credo presents ... PRODIGALS St Columba's Church, Hull
- about 50 attended. Melanie Mills, Virginia Hall, John Leyland-Brown, Julia Clapp, John Saunderson, Phil Simpson, Cathy Westby, Lizzy Steel, Paul Ganney
Fri. 19 March 2010 Credo presents ... PRODIGALS Toll Gavel Church, Beverley, East Yorkshire
- about 40 attended. Melanie Mills, Virginia Hall, John Leyland-Brown, Julia Clapp, John Saunderson, Phil Simpson, Cathy Westby, Lizzy Steel, Paul Ganney
Sat. 13 March 2010 Credo presents ... PRODIGALS Skidby School, East Yorkshire
- about 40 attended. Mellanie Mills, Virginia Hall, John Leyland-Brown, John Saunderson, Phil Simpson, Cathy Westby, Lizzy Steel, Helen Lintern, Paul Ganney
Tue. 23 February 2010 Two sketches at "Beverley Fairtrade Fortnight event" Toll Gavel Church, Beverley, East Yorkshire
Bananas Mastermind: Virginia Hall, Hannah Turvey, John Saunderson. Harriet: Cathy Westby, Lizzy Steel
Sun. 21 February 2010 Sketch at "Shopping for God" - Fairtrade Fortnight Service Central Methodist Church, Hull
Bananas Mastermind: Virginia Hall, Hannah Turvey, John Saunderson.


2009

Sat. 20 June 2009 Credo presents ... PRODIGALS Village Hall, Cherry Birton, East Yorkshire
50ish (?) attendance , John Leyland-Brown, Virginia Hall, Phil Simpson, Hannah Turvey, Julia Clapp, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby, Paul Ganney
Sat. 6 June 2009 Woodland Adventure @ XL-Children 2009 Bishopthorpe Palace, North Yorkshire
John Leyland-Brown, Virginia Hall, Melanie Mills, Hannah Turvey, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby, Mark Costen, Jnr(?) Costen, Charlotte Hattersley,
Sat. 16 May 2009 Credo presents ... PRODIGALS Bricknell Avenue Methodist Church, Hull
45ish (?) attendance , John Leyland-Brown, Virginia Hall, Phil Simpson, Hannah Turvey, Julia Clapp, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby, Paul Ganney
Sat. 28 March 2009 Credo presents ... PRODIGALS St Cuthbert's, Hull
50ish (?) attendance Richard Wells, Phil Simpson, Hannah Turvey, Julia Clapp, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby, Lizzy Steel, Helen Lintern, Paul Ganney, John LB (tech)
Sat. 28 February 2009 Three sketches at XLS@NRM Youth Event National Railway Museum, York
800ish attendance Phil Simpson, Hannah Turvey, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby, Lizzy Steel
Sat. 21 February 2009 Credo presents ... PRODIGALS Stillington Village Hall, N Yorks
60ish attendance Richard Wells, Phil Simpson, Hannah Turvey, Julia Clapp, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby, Lizzy Steel, Helen Lintern


2008

Mon. 8 December 2008 Credo presents ... PRODIGALS St John's Church, Wawne Road, Hull
60ish attendance John Leyland-Brown, Phil Simpson, Hannah Turvey, Julia Clapp, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby, Virginia Hall, Helen Lintern
Sun. 31 August 2008 Credo presents ... PRODIGALS St Columba Church, Hull
90+ attendance John Leyland-Brown, Phil Simpson, Hannah Turvey, Melanie Mills, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby, Virginia Hall, Helen Lintern
Sun. 11 May 2008 Global Day of Prayer Event Beverley Minster
Berlin Wall - Liz, Julia Clapp, Hannah Turvey, Melanie Mills, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby, Virginia Hall, Helen Lintern
Sat. 9 March 2008 Fairtrade Fortnight Event Scarborough
Trading Post - Head2Head - Wilberforce - Dear Ladies - Harriet 1 - Masks Removed - Next Step - Harriet 2 - Feet are FAB - Julia Clapp, Hannah Turvey, Nigel Mills, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby, Virginia Hall, Hlen Lintern
Sat. 23 February 2008 Credo presents ... *Underneath* *the* *Stars* St John's, Rosmead St., Hull
About 80?? - Julia Clapp, Hannah Turvey, Nigel Mills, Melanie Mills, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby, Virginia Hall, Hrlen Lintern, John Leyland-Brown, Richard Wells, Paul Ganney
Sat. 2 February 2008 Credo presents ... *Underneath* *the* *Stars* Toll Gavel Church, Beverley
About 50+ - Hannah Turvey, Nigel Mills, Melanie Mills, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby, Virginia Hall, Hlen Lintern, John Leyland-Brown, Richard Wells, Paul Ganney
Sat. 19 January 2008 Opening of St John's Church & Community Centre, Hull St John's, Hull
Neighbours sketches - Julia Clapp, Hannah Turvey, Martin Baxter, Nigel Mills, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby, Virginia Hall


2007

Fri. 9 Novemebr 2007 Credo presents ... Wilberforce 2007 ... For such a time as this St Columba Church, Hull
Julia Clapp, Helen Lintern, Paul Ganney, Hannah Turvey, John Leyland-Brown, Melanie Mills, Nigel Mills, John Saunderson, Richard Wells, Cathy Westby, Virginia Hall
Sun. 21 October 2007 Intermission: ‘Is there anyone there?’ Investigating the Supernatural St. Barnabas Church, Swanland, E. Yorks
Virginia Hall, Hannah Turvey, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby
Sat. 13 & Sun. 14 October 2007 Psalms Uncensored (Wakey Wakey) Holy Trinity Church, Hull
The Wakey Wakey gang + Richard Wells, Julia Clapp, Paul Ganney, Hannah Turvey, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby
Sat. 6 October 2007 Credo presents ... *Underneath* *the* *Stars* Sutton on Hull
Julia Clapp, Paul Ganney, Virginia Hall, John Leyland-Brown, Helen Lintern, Martin ?, Melanie Mills, Nigel Mills, John Saunderson, Hannah Turvey, Richard Wells, Cathy Westby
Sun. 30 September 2007 Credo presents ... For such a time as this Victoria Dock Church, Hull
Julia Clapp, Hannah Turvey, John Leyland-Brown, Melanie Mills, Nigel Mills, John Saunderson
Sat. 29 September 2007 Credo presents ... *Underneath* *the* *Stars* Patrington, E. Yorks.
Julia Clapp, Paul Ganney, Virginia Hall, John Leyland-Brown, Helen Lintern, Martin ?, Melanie Mills, Nigel Mills, John Saunderson, Hannah Turvey, Richard Wells, Cathy Westby
Sat. 8 September 2007 Fairtrade Event Filey, E Yorks
JohnS, HanahT, JuliaC, JohnB, CathyW, NigelM - TRADING POST, HEAD TO HEAD, HARRIET 1, WILBERFORCE, MASKS REMOVED, HARRIET 2, FEET
Sat. 29 July 2007 Deacon Ian Cartwright's Farewell Service Kingston Wesley Church, Hull
VirginiaH, JohnS, HanahT, RichardW, CathyW - The Mission, All Roads, The Club, Have You Heard The News
Sun. 24 June 2007 Revolution (workshop)  
Julia Clapp
Sat. 22 June 2007 Peace & Justice Group - Water & Climate Change St Pius Hall, Grimsby
Attendance: 40ish - Julia Clapp, Helen Linten, Nigel Mills, John Saunderson, Richard Wells, Cathy Westby - 2 sketches
Sat. 9 June 2007 Credo presents ... For Such A Time As This - Credo's Wilberforce presentation Tower Hill Methodist Church
Attendance: 40 - John Bailey, Julia Clapp, John Leyland-Brown, Nigel Mills, John Saunderson, Hannah Turvey, Cathy Westby
Sun. 27 May 2007 Global Day of Prayer Beverley Minster
Julia Clapp, Virginia Hall, John Saunderson, Hannah Turvey, Cathy Westby
Sun. 20 May 2007 Revolution (workshop)  
Julia Clapp
Sun. 29 Apr 2007 Revolution (workshop)  
Julia Clapp
Wed. 9 May 2007 Beverley FT Town AGM Beverley Minster Hall
Julia Clapp, Nigel Mills, John Saunderson, Hannah Turvey
Sat. 21 Apr 2007 The Global Journey - Street Drama Hull City Centre
Julia Clapp, Helen Lintern, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby, with Liz Dorton, Martin ? and Stephen ?.
Sun. 25 Mar 2007 Together for Freedom Hull City Hall
John Bailey, John Leyland-Brown, Julia Clapp, Nigel Mills, John Saunderson, Hannah Turvey, Richard Wells, Cathy Westby.
Tue. 13 Mar 2007 Credo presents ... For Such A Time As This (Wilberforce 2007 presentation - premiere!) Gilberdyke, E. Yorks.
John Bailey, John Leyland-Brown, Julia Clapp, Nigel Mills, John Saunderson, Hannah Turvey, Richard Wells, Cathy Westby.
Sat. 3 Mar 2007 Credo presents ... *Underneath* *the* *Stars* Toll Gavel Church, Beverley, E. Yorks.
Paul Ganney, Virginia Hall, John Leyland-Brown, Helen Lintern, Melanie Mills, Nigel Mills, John Saunderson, Hannah Turvey, Richard Wells, Cathy Westby. Audiance approx. 90
Wed. 28 Feb 2007 Lifting the Scales / Fairtrade Event Pickering, N Yorks
John Bailey, Julia Clapp, Helen Lintern, Nigel MillsHannah Turvey, John Saunderson, Cathy Westby - Trading Post, Head2Head, Harriet, Wilberforce, Masks Removed, H2, Feet
Sun. 25 Feb 2007 Revolution (workshop)  
Julia Clapp
Sun. 25 Feb 2007 Trypraying Event (sketches) Beverley
John Bailey, Julia Clapp, Virginia Hall, Hannah Turvey
Sat. 24 Feb 2007 Credo presents ... *Underneath* *the* *Stars* All Saints' Church, South Cave, E. Yorks.
Julia Clapp, Paul Ganney, Virginia Hall, John Leyland-Brown, Helen Lintern, Nigel Mills, John Saunderson, Hannah Turvey, Richard Wells, Cathy Westby. Audiance approx. 60
Sat. 17 Feb 2007 The Great Escape to Freedom (workshop) York Minster
John Bailey, Julia Clapp, Paul Ganney, Nigel Mills, John Saunderson, Hannah Turvey, Cathy Westby
Sat. 9 Feb 2007 Fundraising Evening for Hull Youth for Christ (1/2 hour of sketches) Victoria Dock Village Hall, Hull
Julia Clapp, Nigel Mills, John Saunderson, Hannah Turvey, Cathy Westby
Sun. 28 Jan 2007 Revolution (workshop)  
Julia Clapp


2006

Sun. 19 Nov 2006 trypraying St Nicholas Church, Beverley
John Bailey, Julia Clapp, Virginia Hall, Hannah Turvey
Sat. 18 Nov 2006 Credo presents ... *Underneath* *the* *Stars* Walton Street Church, Hull
Julia Clapp, John LB, Helen L, Melanie M, Nigel M, Virginia H, Paul G, John S, Hannah T, Cathy W, Richard W - 75
Sun. 12 Nov 2006 trypraying St Columba's, Hull
John Bailey, Julia Clapp, Virginia Hall, Hannah Turvey
Fri. 10 Nov 2006 Faith2Faith conference Hull City Hall
John Bailey, Julia Clapp
Sun. 29 Oct 2006 Revolution Hull
Julia Clapp
Sun. 29 Oct 2006 Intermission: Is there anybody out there? St Barnabas Church, Swanland
Virginia H, Paul G, John S, Hannah T, Cathy W
Sat. 28 Oct 2006 Credo presents ... *Underneath* *the* *Stars* Trinity Methodist Church, Hull
Julia Clapp, John LB, Helen L, Melanie M, Nigel M, Virginia H, Paul G, John S, Hannah T, Cathy W, Richard W - 75
Sun. 8 Oct 2006 Trypraying Beverley
John Bailey, Julia Clapp, Helen Lintern, Cathy Westby
Sun. 24 Sept 2006 Workshops at Revolution youth event Hull
Julia Clapp, Hannah T
Sat. 23 Sept 2006 Credo presents ... *Underneath* *the* *Stars* St Luke's, Harrogate
Julia Clapp, John LB, Helen L, Melanie M, Nigel M, Virginia H, Paul G, John S, Hannah T, Cathy W, Richard W - 58
Sat. 9 Sept 2006 Credo presents ... *Underneath* *the* *Stars* St Martin's, Hull
Julia Clapp, John LB, Helen L, Melanie M, Nigel M, Virginia H, Paul G, John S, Hannah T, Cathy W, Richard W - 35
Sat. 15 July 2006 Credo's 10th Birthday Bash Staff House, Hull University
(Click here for a MS Powerpoint presentation (800K) of 10 years of Credo performances.) John Bailey, John LB, Helen L, Melanie M, Nigel M, Virginia H, Paul G, John S, Hannah T, Cathy W, Richard W
Sun. 2 July 2006 Intermission on the Road - Decoding da Vinci Molescroft Primary School, Beverley, E. Yorks
Paul G, John S, Hannah T, Cathy W, Richard W
Sun. 18 June 2006 Intermission on the Road - Decoding da Vinci St Barnabas Church, Swanland
Paul G, Nigel M, Hannah T, Cathy W, Richard W ??
Mon. 12 June 2006 In Touch Bay Horse, Cherry Burton, E. Yorks.
Paul G, John B, Virginia H, Cathy W, John S, Helen L -Sterotype Conversation Part 1, The Club, Call of the Disciples, Holy Spirit, Prayer/Angels
Thu. 8 June 2006 Intermission on the Road - Decoding da Vinci The Cornmill, Hull
Paul G, Nigel M, John S, Helen L,
Thu. 24 May 2006 Intermission on the Road - Decoding da Vinci Anlaby
Paul G, Nigel M, John S, Hannah T, Cathy W
Sat. 20 May 2006 CAFOD's Unearth Justice Campaign Launch Bury
Nigel M, John S, Hannah T, Cathy W
Sat. 13 May 2006 CAFOD's Unearth Justice Campaign Launch Emmanuel Centre, London
Nigel M, John S, Hannah T, Cathy W
Thu. 4 May 2006 Intermission on the Road - Decoding da Vinci David Lloyd Centre, Hull
Paul G, Nigel M, Hannah T, Richard W, Cathy W
Sun. 16 Apr. 2006 Easter Praise Hull City Hall
Virginia H, Nigel M, John S, Cathy W
Sun. 8 Apr. 2006 Trade Justice Supper Beverley Minster
John B, Virginia H, Helen L, John S, Cathy W
Thu. 5 Apr 2006 Intermission on the Road - Decoding da Vinci David Lloyd Centre, Hull
Paul G, Nigel M, Hannah T, Richard W, Cathy W
Tue. 4 Apr. 2006 Something to Declare at the Four In Hand Four-in-Hand pub., Hull
Tue. 7 Feb. 2006 Something to Declare at the Four In Hand Four-in-Hand pub., Hull
Sun. 29 Jan. 2006 Credo presents ... *Underneath* *the* *Stars* St Columba Church, Hull
Sat. 28 Jan. 2006 Credo presents ... *Underneath* *the* *Stars* St Columba Church, Hull


2005
Tue. 6 Nov. 2005 Something to Declare at the Four In Hand Four-in-Hand pub., Hull
Fri. 14 Oct 2005 The Theology of Childhood N-gage the children conference, Wydale Hall, N. Yorks.
Sun. 25 Sep 2005 Fairtrade Service All Hallows Church, Walkington, E. Yorks.
Sat. 23 Jul 2005 Psalms Uncensored St. Hilda's Church, Greatfield, Hull
Sun. 26 Jun. 2005 Intermission on the Road Mannacoffee Cafe, Cottingham, E Yorks
Tue. 14 Jun. 2005 Something to Declare at the Four In Hand Four-in-Hand pub., Hull
Sat. 4 Jun 2005 Psalms Uncensored St John's, Bransholme, E. Yorks.
Sat. 21 May 2005 Psalms Uncensored St Mary's, Beverley, E. Yorks.
Sun. 8 May 2005 Christian Aid Week service Hedon, E. Yorks.
Thu. 21 Apr. 2005 Intermission - Time to Choose The Mission pub., Hull
Sun. 17 Apr. 2005 East Riding Young People's Volunteers Celebration Service Emmanuel Church, Bridlington, E. Yorks.
Sat. 16 Apr. 2005 Wake Up to Trade Justice - workshop & performance Church House & St Martin's-in-the-Field, Westminster
Tue. 12 Apr. 2005 Beverley Fairtrade Group AGM 3WTrading, Beverley, E. Yorks.
Sun. 10 Apr. 2005 Psalms Uncensored Holy Trinity Church, Hull
Sat. 9 Apr. 2005 Psalms Uncensored Holy Trinity Church, Hull
Sat. 9 Apr. 2005 Vote for Trade Justice rally York
Tue. 5 Apr. 2005 Something to Declare at the Four In Hand Four-in-Hand pub., Hull
Sun. 27 Mar. 2005 Easter Praise Hull City Hall
Sun. 20 Mar. 2005 Intermission on the Road - Mirror, Mirror Mannacoffee Cafe, Cottingham, E Yorks
Sun. 13 Mar. 2005 Fairtrade & Trade Justice Service St Columba's Church, Hull
Tue. 15 Feb. 2005 Lent Event - Howden Team Ministry Eastrington Village Hall, E. Yorks.
Fri. 28 Jan. 2005 XL Youth Event York Minster
Thu. 27 Jan. 2005 Intermission Mission Pub., Hull City Centre

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