QMUL Student company Stage 3 at The WriteIdea Festival and on tour with their show about migration and citizenship

As part of the Write Idea Festival in Whitechapel, People’s Palace Projects (PPP) will be staging Stage 3 at the Idea Store Whitechapel, 321 Whitechapel Road, London, E1 1BU on the 17 November 2018 at 13:00.

Performed by People’s Palace Projects’ new student theatre company at Queen Mary University of London, Stage 3 is a participatory experience that uses a mock citizenship process to discuss migration, discrimination and belonging, challenging the process of being categorized based on race, age and class background.

The performance brings together young people, other members of the community, and council members and is currently touring across the country as local leaders unite to persuade councils to make pledges as part of Safe Passage’s national “Our Turn” campaign, whose goal is to resettle 1,000 children a year in the UK from Europe and other regions where refugees are at risk, over the next 10 years.

Stage 3 is a student theatre company of People’s Palace Projects at Queen Mary University of London, harnessing the power of participatory theatre to support citizen activism and community engagement with decision makers. It is supported by the Peace Development Fund and National Lottery Awards for All.

The performance is free to attend, but tickets need to be booked through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/peoples-palace-project-stage-3-tickets-50527812046

Take a look at some of the other brilliants events over the weekend here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/writeidea-festival-2018-14917965862

The company Thanks has presented in Brighton, Dover (20th Oct), Gate Theatre (23rd Oct) and has engagements in Hastings (3rd Nov), Watney Market (17th Nov) and Harwich (1st Dec).

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