01 April – 29 April 2021
an invitation to play with, break with and reshape how we engage with the rights of under-18s
You can view highlights and recordings from the first festival below.
Wander into Living Objects – an interactive forest that tells the story of movement and resistance across history; join some of the UK’s finest comedy acts including Nish Kumar and Deborah Frances-White for Seen & Not Heard; discover In My Feelings About Climate Change and A Workshop on Climate Grief – a two-part collaboration with SustyVibes exploring eco-anxiety; experience If These Walls Could Talk – mural paintings inspired by the stories of children and young people in the Lawrence House, South Africa; watch a film screening of Drops of Joy, exploring the art and the necessity of play; settle in for Tabula Rasa– where poets from across the globe reimagine dominant narratives; join the launch of the Red Cloud Project – exploring how to break the stigma around menstruation through art and design; or immerse yourself in a sprawling soundscape as crowd-sourced everyday sounds turn into audio magic in Collective Vibrations– our live music finale with Mel Uye-Parker.
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