May 2018 has been a busy month for the project (as well as for my performance interpreting and home life.)
We completed 4 workshops with The You Trust – and these have kicked off some fantastic discussions and some collaborative performance ideas between myself and Barbara Touati-Evans. There will hopefully be more I can announce about these very soon!
Alongside the workshops I also continued dialogue with the artists I am working with and have had another studio session at Platform 1. I love these. Freedom to talk, share, critique as well as make work with other artists is just so valuable.
I also had some amazing news in May. After meeting with some of the Rushmoor council bods the Prince’s Hall in Aldershot have offered to support the project!
They have given me a space in their venue to use in October! This means that as well as having an end of project series of events at Platform 1 in September, I will also be able to run a short series of events in Aldershot. This is so valuable as it means that the work I am doing/will do will remain accessible to this who have been involved in my local town. When working with survivors having such accessibility is key!