Resident Companies The Mill is home to a number of resident companies and partner organisations. We are always looking for new partners and residents, if you are interested in basing your organisation at The Mill please contact us to discuss your requirements in more detail. Current resident organisations: Creation Theatre Think about those books, the ones that you’ll always go back to, those moments in life where you think ‘that’s a bit like that chapter’ or ‘you’re just like that character’, those are the stories we love. We don’t just want to leave those books on the shelf though, we take them down, hand them around, share them out and bring them to life. All over Oxford we find unusual spaces – these stories aren’t set in theatres so we don’t put them there. Castles, antique mirror tents, college gardens, bookshops and factories… we’ll go wherever the stories take us, and so far we’ve taken over 500,000 people with us. Our shows are eccentric, unexpected, fun, lively, quirky, fast and definitely not like any version you’ve seen before. From the thousands of children who’ve told classic stories in new ways through our education programme, to our professional actors and directors, you’re always most likely to find us lost in a good book. 20 years, 58 shows, half a million audience members aged 5-95…we are Oxford’s own Creation Theatre Company. Anjali Dance Company Anjali Dance Company celebrates the unique creative abilities and artistic potential of people with learning disabilities and demonstrates exciting new possibilities in dance. The company works with world-class choreographers to create and tour original dance works performed by learning-disabled dancers. Anjali has performed at venues throughout the UK, including the Royal Festival Hall and the Royal Opera House in London, and in Europe. The company’s work has been praised for its skill, power and immediacy. Anjali Dance Company enables people with learning disabilities to achieve excellence, provides positive role models and encourages the integration and inclusion of people with learning disabilities in dance and society. Anjali’s innovative and pioneering work has created a radical new perspective for contemporary dance.