Whether as designers, artists, writers or those working in community development, people in Brixton respond to their environment with creativity and enthusiasm.
This project will explore parallels in the structure between art, design, architecture and the theatre, how a play is written and produced with collaborators.
This event will bring together architects, theatre professionals, and graduates of ‘Young Vic Taking Part’ play writers Alumni 2021 who will read and discuss excerpts from their plays. Participants will include: Matt Dumas-Bowden, Sheila Rose, Sandra Wareham and Marilyn Rogers.
Join us for an evening of creativity and reflection as we explore Brixton's architectural heritage and local community spaces through words.
Image: Young Vic Alumni- photo credit Gisela Kraus
Brixton library is a key iconic building in the architectural heritage of Windrush Square. The main literary event 29th June 6-8pm will be in the library hall.Opening hours daily LFA23 information will be available inside of other related events e.g. display of 'Woven Stories' group banner made by some participants at St. Vincent's, Talma Road, by appointment: JaneDR@SVP.org.uk
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