Mon 17 Jun | St. John's Church, Waterloo
mental health matters:
poetic unity &
waterloo community theatre
About the Event
An evening of spoken-word performance and youth theatre, bringing together fresh talent from in and around Lambeth, to explore mental health issues. Poetic Unity offers an intimate performance of original poetry and spoken word by the local young people who took part in the workshops on 11th & 15th June. From Waterloo Community Theatre comes ‘There are Lots of Rooms Inside My Head’, a 30-minute drama created and performed by 12-15 year olds. It explores mental health, especially what we choose to share with others and what we keep to ourselves.
ABOUT POETIC UNITY
Since forming in 2015, Poetic Unity has inspired thousands of young people with its poetry and spoken-word workshops and live performances. Led by the spoken-word artist RAGZ-CV, Poetic Unity uses poetry to enhance writing techniques, life skills and self-expression.
ABOUT WATERLOO COMMUNITY THEATRE
Inclusive and accessible arts-provision for young people living in the Waterloo and South Bank area is what Waterloo Community Theatre aims to provide. It devises original work with, for and about young people, based on the belief that satisfying drama is created through collaboration and should be relevant to and represent the young people in the company.
Time & Location
17 Jun, 6pm
St. John's Church, Waterloo
73, Waterloo Rd, South Bank, London SE1 8TY (map below)