(London, UK, February – August 2009)
This local youth initiative offered to young participants the opportunity to strengthen their knowledge base by empowering them to solidify existing skills, exchange and learn new skills through theatre arts during a 6 months period.
A key aim of the project has been to develop a creative process, both individually and collectively, resulting in an accessible format that documented the expressive intercultural learning process as a testimony of the obstacles encountered, solutions and questions raised along this path, making this experience more valuable and available to a larger audience. Participants reflected on issuse related to religions.
The project culminated in a performance, the proejct involved 15 participants directly and 17 indirectly.