From a pop up cafe on the Meadows Estate to the forgotten toys of the 1950s ...
A unique pop up cafe project on the Meadows Estate. Young people are able to drop in, eat and turn their hand to something creative and work towards their Arts Award.
The Creative Cafe has been developed by Bounce Theatre as a commission from Places for People.
LOVE STORIES & A PERFECT DAY
Young and old will become part of a company of people producing original scores of movement and tiny pieces of performance, celebrating love, laughter and bravery. Love Stories takes place in February and A Perfect Day will happen in July.
Funded by Kingston Council, The Rowan Bentall Trust (part of London Community Foundation) and Bounce Theatre.
FORGOTTEN TOYS AND GAMES
Forgotten Toys is an oral history project exploring the traditional toys and games used and played by children and young people between 1945 and 1960. Creative Heritage Clubs will be established with Age Uk and Victoria Primary School in Feltham. The project will culminate in an intergenerational installation.
See our Forgotten Toys mood board on Pinterest .
Forgotten Toys and Games is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
ALICE IN WONDERLAND MASH UP
Richmond upon Thames
The Alice in Wonderland Mash Up is a drama project with young people who attend the Crossroad Carers Saturday club. The group have recreated Alice as a Harry Styles fan, who chases him into Wonderland. She has to pass Simon Cowell to get in, Olly Murs purrs, Jedward appear and the only traditional character might be the Mad Hatta. This is an action packed treat!
Alice in Wonderland Mash Up is a commission from Crossroads Young Carers