The Cabinet of Broken Records.

Summer Reading Challenge at Croome National Trust – summer 2015.

Jack Nelson Croome Redefined Photographer

A day of record breaking took place at Croome NT in June 2015 as part of the Summer Reading Challenge, brought together by Croome and Worcestershire Liberies and Learning Service.

Clik Clik put on a 40 minute show twice throughout the day which encouraged the public to attempt to break some silly records and have some fun, at the same time giving them some record breaking facts and figures through audience participation and with the Broken Records characters themselves!

Jack Nelson Croome Redefined Photographer

Jack Nelson Croome Redefined Photographer

The Summer Reading Challenge brings together young people and performances to make a colouful series of events and activities making learning fun and accessible.

There were also three Character Boards specially designed for the event, showing the rich history of Croome through the ages, hand painted by Keven Robinson and Sweetart Murals.  Clik Clik worked with Stephan Wilson, Stephan Bessant and Phil Wilkins.


 ‘The Asparalympics’

Asparafest – Evesham. June 2016.



Two days of crazy capers, madcap mayhem and asparagus. Think ‘its a knockout’ crossed with a school sports day, silly props and Clik Clik banter;  welcome to the Asparalympics, a hilarious fun filled, all-ages pop up installation!

With comparing from Jim Dale, a fab character board by Keven Robinson and some large asparagusses made by Spare Room Arts.

Special thanks to all the awesome kids and their families and to the ‘Nolan sisters’! You know who you are……


The Glitter Playground

Kidderminster Arts Festival 2016


The Glitter Playground was a collaborative installation between Clik Clik, Spare Room Arts Capas Project and Collective Unconscious for Kidderminster Arts Festival 2016. Wyre Forest Arts 

Drawing from the familiar aesthetic of 70s glam and disco, St George’s playground in Kidderminster was transformed temporarily into a glittery place for children and young people to explore, hang out and dance, whilst creating a place for adults to reflect and consider the relationship between adulthood and childhood.
While children enjoy the novelty of the recreated setting, adults were encouraged to question the nature of childhood inexperience through their deepened understanding of the aesthetic from which were drawing.


The project was funded by Wyre Forest District Council Xpressions Fund, Kidderminster Creatives and Worcester County Council Division of St Georges.


Tinkle Me!

Worcester Music Festival. 2014/15/16.


Each year, Clik Clik collaborates with Capas Music and the Worcester Music Festival to present several pianos in public areas of the city so that the community and visitors can ‘Tinkle’ those ivories.

Public engagement is important especially accessibility to the arts, and each year there are fabulous stories from 13 year old honky tonk wizzes, to elderly Beethovens!


andy burton