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Land Of The Three Towers Vol.II

How can we resist social cleansing?

Picking up from where the first incarnation Land of the Three Towers left off we are collaborating with a group of six women who have personal experience of the social housing system and homelessness to create a celebratory performance which dismantles the causes and effects of Social Cleansing in London. 

This is DIY Theatre :: DIY Activism with a step-by-step Toolkit for resisting housing injustice. Everyone is invited. Bring your kids! There’ll be nibbles! 

In May 2018 we will be performing on two London estates fighting demolition: Cressingham Gardens (Brixton) and Silchester Estate (Latimer Road) – and premiering at Brighton Fringe. TICKETS ARE PAY WHAT YOU CAN!


BRIGHTON FRINGE PERFORMANCES:

Exeter Street Hall, Exeter Street, BN1 5PG

9TH May: 3.45PM

10TH May: 4PM

11TH May: 6.30PM

12TH May: 2 PM (Matinee) & 6.30PM


BOOK TICKETS FOR BRIGHTON FRINGE PERFORMANCES HERE  


We also have three FREE accompanying workshops at Brighton Fringe! ‘Campaign Toolkit’, ‘Make a Protest Song’ and ‘Art as Resistance’. Check out our Outreach and Workshops Page for details. 


CRESSINGHAM GARDENS (BRIXTON) PERFORMANCES:

Rotunda, Cressingham Gardens Estate, Tulse Hill, SW2 2NJ

THURS 17TH MAY: 7.30PM

FRI 18TH MAY: 7.30PM

SAT 19TH MAY: 2.30PM &7.30PM


SILCHESTER ESTATE (LATIMER ROAD) PERFORMANCES:

Maxilla Social Club, 2 Maxilla Walk, W10 6NQ

THURS  24TH MAY: 7.30PM

SAT 26TH MAY:  2.30PM & 7.30PM


CHANGE IN PERFORMANCE VENUE FOR FRIDAY 25TH MAY, 7.30PM

(10 minutes walk from Maxilla Social Club! Ladbroke Grove nearest stop)

Bay 56 Acklam Village 

4-8 Acklam Road (Off Portobello Road)

W10 5TY


BOOK TICKETS FOR CRESSINGHAM GARDENS, SILCHESTER ESTATE AND THE VILLAGE HERE  or JUST COME AND PAY WHAT YOU CAN ON THE DOOR.


We also have three FREE accompanying workshops in both estates! ‘Campaign Toolkit’, ‘Make a Protest Song’ and ‘Art as Resistance’. Which you can also book on the Camden People’s Theatre Website.



Are you a political songwriter/poet?

Do you have something to say about “The Housing Crisis”?

We would love you for our paid OPEN MIC slots in the show.

We especially would love to hear from those with direct experience of social housing/homelessness, BAME artists and those local to Silchester Estate (Latimer Road), Cressingham Gardens (Brixton) and Carpenters Estate (Stratford).

Get in touch with a few words about yourself and a clip to youshouldseetheotherguytheatre@gmail.com. Thanks!

Team

Directors and Writers: Nina Scott and Emer Mary Morris

Devised and Performed by: Jennifer Joseph, Johanna Allitt, Chisara Agor, Ifrah Ismail, Redd Roche, Clare Joseph

Musical Direction: Nina Scott and Ben Osborn

Producer: Ailbhe Treacy

Company Manager: Kiri Grant

Dramaturg and all-rounder: Carley-Jayne Hutchinson

Poster Design: Greg Hartley and Nina Scott

Website Design: Greg Hartley