Feat. You

A musical love letter to all the people and places we’re missing right now. A new multimedia project created in collaboration with you.

Is there someone you’re missing during lockdown? 
A place you wish you could go, but can’t right now? 
We’re making a playlist and we need your help. 

Help us create the ultimate lockdown playlist, by dedicating a song to a special person or place that you’re missing right now. 

You can get involved as an individual, family or community group. Simply add your songs and dedications online here or call our telephone hotline on 0191 274 2318. Add your chosen track and story after the beep! 

Following the performances, all of the tracks and dedications will be shared online on our ever-growing virtual playlist for you to enjoy.

We would love to hear from you! 

If you’re a member of a community group or are interested in finding out more about the project, please contact our producer Emma at: emma@thesixtwenty.com

Headphone experience for community groups 

There are also a limited number of MP3 headphones available where you can listen to an audio version of the experience for free. These can be sent out to you and your community. Please contact Emma to find out more about how you can get involved.

“Right now, I really miss my dad and I proper miss the coast so of course together that gives you The Beach Boys. When it was my birthday, in lockdown, I remembered the birthday I spent with my Dad at home. We went to the coast, had a lemon top and one of those long chats. He’s really good at those.” 

Dedicated to: My Dad and also of course to the beach
From: Elijah.

More performance dates to be announced soon

Created & presented by
The Six Twenty
as part of Northumberland Winter Festival


James Barton
Jessica Dawson
Caroline Liversidge
Hannah Walker

Director & Dramaturg
Melanie Rashbrooke

Production Manager 
Craig Spence 

Emma Biggins
Steven Blackshaw

A selection of dedications were incorporated into live online performances for the Northumberland Winter Festival in March 2021 and Summer Streets Festival in July 2020.

Supported by
Arts Council England, Northumberland Winter Festival and Summer Streets Festival (Sunderland).

What people are saying

I Made You A Playlist was great fun. We need shows like that all over the country to tell each other how much we miss all our friends and family. A great way to send those special messages. Thanks for a great evening.

Liz & Ron