Thank you so much for such amazing support I've just had an email back from the client to say they were very happy with everything, I just would like to take this opportunity to say I thought that you were amazing. Any minor adjustments on the night were made straight away - we literally could not of pulled it off without you. Thanks again and I'll definitely keep in touch. Andrea Mahoney – Events Agency – Bar Mitzvah Hosting Hello Marion, Dorothy & Matthew, Thank you so much!!! Brilliant party, I thoroughly enjoyed myself and have had so much enthusiastic feedback from guests, particularly those who had previously claimed left feet! Everything from pre-planning, dance lesson and on the day itself went so well, thanks to your skill and calm confidence. Many thanks once again, Anna Hayward – 50Th Birthday Tea Dance Thank you very much everybody for the session today. 
The students got loads out of it and were quite enthused by the information received. They are planning how to integrate it into their own work which is a winner, really. 
Please keep us in mind for the future. It was a real pleasure. 
Rosaria Garcia – College Tutor Hi Marion, Thank you! Our guests loved having the Ragroof experience as part of the wedding, it made it really special, and we were so chuffed to have had you there. It was absolutely perfect with the vintage feel, and we really appreciate how much care and attention you took with the planning. I don't think there was anything you could have done better. It was just lovely working with you guys, and I can't wait for a future opportunity as it will always remind me of our perfect (if rather hot) day! Best Vicky Bloor – Bride – Wedding Tea Dance The last evening at Mintfest 2014 was a delight – 400 people gathered in Market Square for a mystery ‘Snowball’ event and in a very un-English way nearly all of them found themselves on their feet and moving before the party had even started - then dancing (often with strangers) in a variety of styles from the 1920’s to the present. A magical night which really bought the community together. Jeremy Shine - Mint Festival 2014 – Snow Ball

Congratulations on what sounds to have been a wonderful event.  A colleague at Arts Council, was quite stunned by the performance and told us all so in a big meeting this morning, saying he didn’t know this sort of thing happened in England!

Jon Linstrum – Arts Council England – Bridges y Puentes – Margate





Congratulations on Bridges y Puentes last night, I hear and see from social media that the other performances have also been very positively received. There were some difficult messages around issues of migration and concepts of ‘home’ in the piece, which played out against the backdrop of Cliftonville, felt entirely relevant and appropriate. You have obviously worked hard with the local residents to reveal some of their experiences….I really liked the installation that showed that the problems migrants are facing are not unique to Cliftonville but are universal from  Brighton  to Skegness.


I also liked the snooker hall players hanging around watching the audience beforehand and the kids hanging out of the snooker hall window watching the start of the performance. That incidental interaction feels priceless.


The dance, performance and staging was great, and entirely appropriate to the piece, achieved, I know,  on a tight budget:  the surreal location and lighting really worked well, having the performers move through the audience and interact was a strength.


Congratulations, it worked really well and was both moving, enlightening and entertaining. What’s next?!


Best wishes

Sarah Wren – Kent County Council – Bridges y Puentes - Margate