17th May | Times and venues listed below
Shout Out to all budding spoken word artists, poets, wordsmiths, song writers and emcees aged 14 -21yrs.
Free opportunity for two full days mentoring by some of the UK’s most talented slam poets (during half term – 28th & 29th May) and a chance to perform alongside professional poets on our pedal powered stage onboard LV21 as part of the Fuse Festival at the Wise Words Festival in Canterbury.
Taster Session 17th May 11:00 -13:00 FREE
Medway Youth Service, Strood Youth Centre, Montford Road, Strood, Rochester ME2 3ET
Meet the Poets 17th May 18:30 – 21:00 | Tickets £3
‘Where Giants Stood’, Woodies Youth Centre, Arethusa Road, Rochester ME1 2UN
For further details please contact theCaptain@lv21.co.uk or pop into Strood Youth Centre.
Little Fish are performing a new Arts council funded show at The Kings Theatre Chatham at 7pm – 8.30pm on Tuesday 13th May. This is suitable for age 14 and above.
It is free to attend, just contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07967101396
‘Resilience’ explores mental health issues effecting young people and how they can be more supported.
Little Fish Theatre Company was established in 2008. For the last five years we have provided high quality, specialized theatre, drama and related arts projects tackling key social and regeneration issues for young people throughout South London. Little Fish seek to challenge injustice and inspire young people to develop and grow. However, we do not consider it our role merely to deliver information. We believe there are more effective methods to communicate facts and figures about particular issues and it is implicit in the company ethos that theatre is a means of engaging young people regardless their social or economic disposition. One of our objectives is to effectively use imagery, narrative and empathy to challenge and motivate young people to reflect upon their own value systems and their place within society.