30 Bird is grateful to its supporters and the company could not have developed cutting edge work for over 20 years without ongoing fundraising and private donations.


Your donation can make a real difference to us; it can help us develop new production ideas, support new artistic projects in the field of interdisciplinary work, create intercultural productions, extend our Think Tank’s network and deliver even more workshops in schools & the community.


If you would like to make a donation to support 30 Bird, please visit our Big Give page.


We also run Crowdfunded campaigns as and when we need to push a particular new production, so keep checking this page for updates.


All donations will help us to continue creating unique experiences for audiences and participants.




If you would like more information about Individual Giving, please contact


We have volunteering opportunities from time to time.


If you would like to get behind the scenes of our project development and production work, if you want to give us a hand with some of our major events, or to gain insider knowledge of the cultural industries, keep an eye out …we’ll post our volunteering opportunities here or you can always get in touch with us anytime @

Join our team as a volunteer, become more creative and have some fun!




Years of fruitful collaborations has led us to the creation of UN-FRAMED, one of the main Think Tank dedicated to interdisciplinary and transcultural work in the UK.


Our aim is to bring together artists, organisations and practitioners from other disciplines, to reflect, share and showcase their work in this area.


This is also a space for incubation of new projects, a test lab for interdisciplinary and transcultural discussion and co-creation.

UN-FRAMED also functions as a body for advocacy, promoting interdisciplinary and transcultural collaboration in the creative sector.


The Think Tank publishes its findings in a quarterly
M+A+N+I+F+E+S+T+O . You can follow the UN-FRAMED Think Tank here.


30 Bird’s work is created though a collaborative process involving a wide range of individuals and partners, specific to each project. Our partners are vital to our artistic development; they take part in the creative process at every step and are key contributors to the final outcome.


Alongside working with artists from various arts backgrounds and other creative organisations, we also collaborate with scientists, academics, architects and the communities local to the place we are working in.


Collaboration and interdisciplinarity are both at the heart of what we do. Equally, our work is culturally rich in diversity and full of international flavours.


Often projects stem from chance conversations or meetings where the seed of an idea is born.


We are always open to new ideas and suggestions and are keen to hear from artists, venues, producers or festivals who wish to collaborate or programme work with us both in the UK and internationally.


If you wish to propose a project, discuss an idea or chat about how we might work together please contact Lia Prentaki, our Executive Producer at


Previous and existing partnerships include:

MRC (Laboratory of Molecular Biology), Public Works, The Bush Theatre, Chris Dobrowolski (Visual Artist), BBC, Radio4, Iran Heritage Foundation, Cambridge County Council, St Matthew’s Primary School, Hungry Arts, The Victoria Baths (Manchester), Whitechapel Gift Shop, Cambridge Junction, The Polish Cultural Institute, Cambridge University, Leslie Travers (Theatre Design), Lyric Hammersmith, Virgule Performing Arts (Iran), Metal Arts, Meika Dresenkamp and more...


We also really enjoy commissioning and/or producing new innovative work. If you would like us to become involved in your production or event, contact:

We have a long-term committed audience and we love to hear from our followers.


If you would like to give feedback about 30 Bird, please take few minutes to fill in this questionnaire.


We will be posting other questionnaires for specific shows here, so that you can tell us what you think of our creative work.


You can also continue to be part of our community and increase your involvement by:


 - Joining our Mailing List to be kept in the loop and receive our quarterly Newsletter


 - Following us and interacting with us on Facebook and Twitter


 - Getting in touch with us on social media or by email:


And if you want to go even further and join the flock, check our volunteering & recruitment opportunities.