SILENCE IS NOT GOLDEN!

Really looking forward to attending this exciting evening of thought-provoking performance and debate being directed by my dear and extremely talented friend Dean Atta.

Silence is Not Golden is a one-off event where the young people of The Broadway Youth Board, Rhymes Won’t Wait and Words In Motion have collaborated to create innovative pieces that voice the views of young people on a variety of relevant and important issues that often go unheard by a wider audience.

Photo credits to: RedNinja Photography

“SILENCE IS NOT GOLDEN is a creative response to the forthcoming election and the big issues of the day, using spoken word poetry, music, theatre and dance to create an exciting evening of collaborations and conversations between artists and activists, youth ministers and youth workers, campaigners and councilors, audience and performer, younger and older.”

Join me there at 5.30pm on Sunday 18th April at The Broadway Theatre, Barking, E. London.

Check out the event on Facebook.

Book your tickets (£5 / £3 for concessions) on: 020 8507 5607

SEE YOU THERE!

NJ* x

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2 Responses to SILENCE IS NOT GOLDEN!

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  2. Minjie says:

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