For Young People
Spoken Word
Device

Triple Bill: Words

Richard MacVicar Adventure Playground, deptford

6 August

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Time

6:00pm

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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An evening of work in progress text-based performances exploring issues facing young people today. 

Lewisham Youth Theatre’s senior Acting Company is on an investigation in Confession Challenge Part 2 … we all make mistakes but how can we recover, how do we come back? Can we even come back in the age of cancel culture and online shaming? Over the last 8 weeks the company have been exploring their own experiences and opinions and would like to share with you their first draft of their findings.

Why Men Call Me Difficult, a staged reading from young writer, Rofeda Bougaga, in an unflinching look at how men treat young women in London today.
Trigger Warning: Why Men Find Me Difficult contains adult themes, including sexual assault.

Reach for Speech, aspiring creative writers come together, to explore new forms and styles of poetic writing, to create stories spoken from the darkness.

Time

6:00pm

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.

Book Tickets

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.