Street Performance Winchester

Hotch Potch Performance was first founded in 2010 by Ross, Laura & Eve who were all in the first cohort of the first Street Arts Honours Degree in Europe, if not the world, at the University of Winchester. Since starting there the company has had highlights of performing at the London 2012 Olympics, Hat Fair in Winchester, Glastonbury Festival & La Rue est a Amiens in France. Since then Laura and Ross moved themselves and the company to Cornwall for five amazing years that saw the productions of Café Petite, funded by the Arts Council England and the more recent production of The Tiny Tour.

We have now recently moved ourselves and Hotch Potch, to be with Laura’s family, in Northern Ireland and look forward to the next stages of our adventures.

Stil Street Performer Cornwall



Ross Started out with a strong background in circus arts, movement, percussion and visual arts. Now a strong performer and performance maker with a passion for working in  communities. Other specific specialities include fire spinning, stilt dancing,  animations and walkabout.

Find out more history from Ross and Hotch Potch’s online Portfolios

Laura Wheeler_Performer



With a background in acting, street theatre and visual arts, alongside Ross she studied Street Arts at the University of Winchester where they first formed Hotch Potch. It was there where she discovered her passion for art on a tiny scale, making miniature urban intervention her focus. Laura has performed, directed and written work for Hotch Potch since the beginning and loves creating unique work for the street and outdoor events. She has recently become a new mum so has taken more to writing and managerial roles within the company.

Human Statue Performer



Freelance performer and textiles artist, Eve still works with Hotch Potch but is now based in the Mid-Lands and focuses on her performance through Madam Matronic.