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Foxy and Husk gather together a medley of strangers in a playful and contemplative performance about class, community and the dream of a perfect nation. Using lip-synced stories alongside their trademark song, dance and interactive film, Foxy and Husk imagine a portrait of contemporary Britain in a changing and uncertain world.


Created in 2014 before the Scottish Referendum or Britain's vote to leave the European Union, Fox Symphony is a heartfelt love-song to a fragile and confused British identity on the cusp of extreme change.


Developed at Camden People's Theatre, Battersea Arts Centre, Pink Fringe and Exeter Bike Shed, supported by BornShorts Film Festival and funded by Arts Council England.

Created and performed by Foxy and Husk

Producer - Karl Taylor                         

Dramaturg - Mary Osborn

Film Editor - Foxy and Husk

Lighting & Projection Designer - Josh Pharo

Guest Directors - Caroline Williams, Joe Wild

Film Collaborator - Alice Russell

Film Collaborator - Claire Nolan     

Costume Maker - Sophie Cochevelou

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