Performance
Device

Staying Out DIY Fashion Show

Richard MacVicar Adventure Playground, deptford

13 August

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Price

FREE

Accessibility

The seating area is wheelchair accessible. There is a small youth club on site that has toilets including a wheelchair accessible one.

Weather

All performances will take place outdoors and we ask audiences to check the weather before coming to events and dress appropriately. Performances will go ahead in rain or shine. If there is a severe weather warning and the event is deemed unsafe it will be cancelled.

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A DIY inspired fashion show, celebrating all the styles and uniqueness in the borough.

Showcasing fabulous fashion creations from Lewisham, with an open call for anyone to show off their DIY fashion on the runway. Including two community collections, one from the elders group Meet Me at the Albany and one from young people at Climate Home, designed by Cleo Thompson. Plus more community collections to be announced soon. Be prepared to strut! 

This event is for all ages, bodies and minds, and the collections will encourage a sustainable approach to making clothes. This fashion show is about the power of dressing up, expressing ourselves and celebrating each other. Come along in your best looks! There will also be a styling station on the day for finishing touches.

Staying Out are a collective who host community-focused events. Motivated by the lack of LGBTQI+ spaces, we have organised fashion shows, lounge nights, workshops, screenings, panel discussions and dance parties. We make the spaces and events we want to see in the world. 

Staying Out are trained and accredited by Good Night Out Campaign and committed to providing a safe space at every event we host.

Time

2-8pm

Price

FREE

Accessibility

The seating area is wheelchair accessible. There is a small youth club on site that has toilets including a wheelchair accessible one.

Weather

All performances will take place outdoors and we ask audiences to check the weather before coming to events and dress appropriately. Performances will go ahead in rain or shine. If there is a severe weather warning and the event is deemed unsafe it will be cancelled.

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Climate Home

Lewisham young people take the lead on creating Climate Home Festival of Action and Resistance, 6 weeks of creative workshops, performances, adventure play, get togethers, art, music, talks, rest and more, exploring creativity, climate justice and the things that matter now.

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Supported by: The Mayor of London’s Creative Enterprise Zone, Jack Petchey Foundation, The National Lottery Community Fund: Together for our Planet, IKEA UK & National Lottery Community Fund: Places Called Home. Key delivery partners: Youth First, Practice Architecture and Build Up.