Now in its 6th year, Lewisham Live ran from 4 – 29 March and celebrated music and dance created by young people in the London borough of Lewisham.
This project aims to increase artists' ability to apply resilience and emotional literacy practice to their arts practice, and effectively measure the impact of this work with children and young people (10-14yrs)
14 performances over 3 weeks, 12 partners, 1842 young performers and an audience of 3356. Lewisham Live 2014 was a huge success.
This summer Enclave Projects and Deptford Film Club are running an 'invitation-only' film club screening popular entertainment movies from Africa and Asia.
In Autumn 2011, MakeBelieve Arts' Giant Tours visited over 15 schools in London supported by The Wellcome Trust. Part of this support enabled us to evaluate the programme and we're pleased to share this with you.
Launching in October 2011, the Boys’ Literacy Project returned, working with new schools and technological twists.
Speak Out: a programme created in Lewisham to address children’s speech, language and communication needs.