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Tue, 9 March 2021, 16:30 – 18:30 GMT
Bullet Tongue Reloaded is a topical, hard-hitting, powerful and authentic show centred around ‘gang culture’ and County Lines.
Using immersive theatre, The Big House leads its audience into the hidden and thought-provoking world of marginalised young people involved in gang activity. We will take you by the ears and eyes and show you the reality of the voices who often go unheard. Bullet Tongue Reloaded provides the opportunity for the audience to gain a better understanding of these young people’s experience.
Thurs, 25 March 2021, 16:30 - 17:30 GMT
This talk by practitioner and academic Torange Khonsari foregrounds how new thinking in the commons brings together all the fragmented concepts such as placemaking, co-production, social wealth-building, community empowerment and trust-building under one practical idea with different methodologies. Its application is timely when Covid-19 has changed the landscape of where we work, socialise, and foregrounds the importance of home security.
Featured past events
LondonMet x HEPI: How can universities support their local communities through the COVID-19 pandemic?
An event co-hosted by London Met and HEPI on 10 November 2020 brought together a range of voices in the higher education and civic engagement sectors to share their expertise.