The Sultan’s Elephant by Royal de Luxe was an amazing moment. It was the first time that London, a major world city, had given itself up for a moment of theatrical magic. A four-day road closure was something special and the impact it had on the public was extraordinary. We’ve done other things that have been personally meaningful, like Temple in Derry, Londonderry had a profound impact on the local population; Deborah Warner’s Peace Camp was almost the antithesis of an Artichoke project – quiet, remote, personal, sublime – but had all the hallmarks of transformation and inspiration that we always look for. And then there are the Lumiere Festivals, particularly in Durham, where we started it. I love the way that the community has embraced the festival and really owns it. We do the work, but local people assist, have opinions, work on it – it’s transformed the city and its outlook.