What is ‘Hard Time Require Furious Dancing’
Furious Dancing could mean many things but it has joy, intent and creativity at its heart. We are two communities intent on furious dancing in hard times in order to bring joy, create and make change.
Working together and with our people we are growing a programme that will use art and creativity as both conduit and catalyst for transformation.
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The Birchfield launch was at Church Vale and was attended by residents from both Big Local areas. Musicians included Phil Bowers and Seikou Susso. Artists providing family activities included Faith Pearson, Adlin Shorter, Scylla Parkyn, Danni De Camber, Claudette...
Residents from Birchfield and Welsh House Farm Big Locals travelled to the MAC for a showing of Charlie Chaplin’s classic film “Modern Times”. The themes of the film still resonate today – unemployment, austerity, the impact of automation and mass industrialisation –...
There were games and activities for children in the Community Hall with all-round musician Natalia Mason and Kora player and storyteller Seikou Susso. Residents from Welsh House Farm also attended.