Tell it!

2012

Young Londoners from five of the Olympic Boroughs “told it” like it was. The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games landed on their doorstep and each of these young people had a story to tell: from changing bus routes to ever-lengthening commutes, from hopes of sporting brilliance to apathetic resistance.

These stories were brewed over six months before audiences took their place on the starting line.

Two performances took place at Hoxton Hall, on Friday 8 June, 3pm and 6pm.

For more information about the project, contact Marigold via email or on 020 7729 3066.

This organisation has been awarded a Transformers grant, funded by The National Lottery, through the Olympic Lottery Distributor, and managed by East London Business Alliance.

 

Practitioners:

Mr. Gee (Performance Poetry)

Natasha Khamjani (Street Dance)

Tash Cossey and Alex Evans (Visual Art)

Catherine Donaldson (Filmmaking)

"It was really fun. I've never been so confident to perform. Thanks for making me confident for the first time!"

Participant in Tell It! Project, Bridge Academy, Hackney

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