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What's on


Work to see, work in progress and things to join in with

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What's on


Work to see, work in progress and things to join in with

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Creative Clubs


Creative Clubs


Our Creative Clubs celebrate the transformative power of creativity. Children are given a space to engage in principals of mindfulness, play, meditation and creation. The clubs allow them to practically realise their own ideas to innovate the world around them. Previous projects have included making an intergenerational story blanket, a pop up cafe to serve tea and compliments, making Christmas cards for refugees and celebrating winter festivals as one, diverse community.

 

JOIN IN

CREATIVE CLUB HESTON

Tuesdays from 3.30-5.00 

Berkley Primary School

Join us for a term of creative action to highlight the power of kindness. Club members are looking a being kind to themselves, to others and to their community. They are participating in a range of activities from meditation to building their own utopia. 

The project is free to participate in thanks to funding from Heston West Big Local.

 

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Creative Spaces


Creative Spaces


CREATIVE SPACES

"A space for coffee and a space for play."

Creative Spaces is a celebration of family creativity. Local women in Hounslow are working with Bounce to up-cycle an underused community centre to create a creative space for the community. They will run a pop up cafe in the space offering a range of arts activities for parents and children to enjoy together. 

How to get involved

If you are in the TW4 area of Hounslow and would like to participate in workshops to renovate the community space, please email rachel@bouncetheatre.com for more details. 

Made possible thanks to The Military Covenant fund.

 
 
 
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#LONELY


#LONELY


#LONELY

Bounce Theatre & Chessington Community College 

Commissioned by the Royal Borough of Kingston, young people have been exploring a template for designing a city. The group decided to explore the thematic links between mental health and urban life. It has been a young person response to national discourse, arriving at the project post Grenfell and the London terror attacks.

Alongside this, we are working with their feeder Primary Schools to establish an Arts Award hub in the cluster. 

The work from the project will be exhibited at the Saatchi Gallery and Chessington Community College.

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Transforming Tales


Transforming Tales


TRANSFORMING TALES

A celebration of confidence through creativity 

A co-creation between Bounce Theatre and Anstee Bridge. 

Using the stories of Hans Christian Anderson, students have worked with artists to explore multiple forms of storytelling. The project has incorporated art, drama, song writing, rap and visual art. It has produced a professionally deformed production, Emoji. It will culminate during mental health week, in an installation at Kingston Library. Students will highlight the power of stories and the ethos of Anstee Bridge to build confidence through creativity. 

The project has been made possible thanks to support from Achieving for Children and a Grants for the Arts Award from the Arts Council.