Kaikki hyvin kasvimaalla

Performers – Marjo Selin, Sanna Kaisa Sundström and Ina Niemelä Dramatisation – Outi-Maria Takkinen
Director – Sami Nieminen
Choreographer – Marjo Selin
Composer and sound designer – Sanna-Kaisa Sundström
Set designers – Ina Niemelä and Camilla Pentti
Sewing and building – Oona Niemelä
Audience work – Kiti Hakkola and Outi-Maria Takkinen
Production –Vattumadon talo ry/ Outi-Maria Takkinen and Ina Niemelä, Rasa Collective/ Marjo Selin

The production has been supported by the City of Helsinki Cultural Office, the Finnish Cultural Foundation, the Central Arts Council of Finland and the Wihuri Foundation.

Premiere in STOA 7.9.2016.


The frog, the dragonfly and the caterpillar live in the vegetable garden. There is light, there are clouds, there is water – and then there’s winter. This production invites children and adults into the vegetable garden as well, so they can play and make music.

The inspiration for this performance is the poetry book All is well in the garden, written by Jukka Itkonen and illustrated by Camilla Pentti (publisher Lasten Keskus, 2014). The play is aimed at preschool-aged children. Join us and celebrate speed and commotion, the power of being little and the miracle of growing!

Lobby Garden in STOA culture centre in Itäkeskus. Grown and built together with Lasten ja nuorten puutarhayhdistys .

Photos – Matti Kurkela, Illustrations – Camilla Pentti

All Is Well In The Garden, Small size days in Annantalo 2017

Aidatut unelmat

Choreography – Sari Palmgren
Sound design – Tuomas Norvio & Esa Mattila
Music – Mikko Perkola, Tuomas Norvio & Esa Mattila
Costume design – Riitta Röpelinen
Lighting design – Ina Niemelä
Performers – Pekka Louhio, Mikko Perkola, Marjukka Savolainen, Pauliina Kyttä & almost 80 volunteers
Production – Zodiak – Center for New Dance, Kanneltalo,
Sari Palmgren

Premiere: 24.8.2017, as a part of the Helsinki Festival.
Back by popular demand with 6 additional performances in August 2018

#aidatutunelmat, #fenceddreams

Aidatut Unelmat trailer, Sari Palmgren (2017)

Photos – Matti Kilponen and Jouni Ihalainen

Aidatut unelmat – making of, Sari Palmgren (2017)