A man and woman stand on stage in front of a set created from paper and coal. The woman is wearing a sky blue dress and the man is dressed in costume.

Two Destination Language – Alister Lownie and Katherina Radeva – make intercultural dialogues in theatrical forms, exhibitions, installations and print. Often grounded in autobiography and conversational practice, their award-winning work tours across the UK and internationally. Their work with non-professionals shifts ideas about identity and belonging in the same way as their work with professionals. They also run peer support work around wellbeing, rest and making space for a supported artist community. They celebrate the things that make us different and foreground the things that make us similar.

Previous work includes Near GoneFallen FruitManpowerLanded; and A Journey of a Home.

Current work includes: My Land Your Land; Fault Lines; Of Time and Place; and FIELD.

Field 2021 will happen in partnership with East Street Arts and Fault Lines will tour in spring 2022. 

A man and a woman on stage. The woman is wearing a red dress and speaking animatedly at a podium. The man stands further back in jeans and a checked shirt, and is surrounded by wooden structures he's been building while she speaks.
Three performers on a catwalk stage.