Dear blood projects friends,

We are writing to share that after eight years and five productions, the blood projects is closing up shop.

We started this adventure in December of 2008, in the final year of our training in the Acting Conservatory at York when the University went on strike. Now, after living in different cities and finding our flows taking us to new places, we step into what’s next, filled with gratitude.

We have learned so much about generosity and collaboration, how rewarding and hard it is to switch creative roles and wear many hats at the same time, and how we want to show up to our art practises moving forward. We have had the remarkable good fortune of collaborating with exceptional artists, and growing a small but mighty community of adventurous theatre-goers who braved rain storms, cramped bathrooms, heat waves, and musty corners.

We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone that has supported us along the way - our beloved friends, partners, roommates, families, and our colleagues that inspire and thrill us. It takes a village to make indie theatre, and we feel so very fortunate for ours.

As we continue on our creative paths, we hope that you’ll keep in touch.

With much love and gratitude,

Sasha & Sarah