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Previous Projects

 

 

Writing on the Wall (2000) – A cross Arts project about two conflicting diaspora communities in London. It was a huge success and ran for 4 sold out nights.

 

 

 

Some Things Never Come (2001) – was a devised project created by a group of five actors, based on comedy incidents at a bus stop, this debuted at Chats Palace.

 

 

 

 

A Proper Gander (2002) – a collaboration with Arcola Theatre and various youth arts agencies from Hackney, Islington and Tower Hamlets Arts & Events. Performed at Arcola Theatre and looked

 

 

at young people's perception of the media machine.

 

 

Nine to 5am (2006) – stage performances and film sequences - unravels stories from 9pm to 5am, at The Venom Rooms nightclub tackling issues of binge drinking, sexual relations, money, power and violence. 


 

Language of Diaspora (2009 - 2012) – One year cross arts project funded by Awards for All:

 

 

Who am I? – young participants investigated the history behind the Turkish Cypriot Diaspora from 1945-74 through weekly workshops.

 


Acimasiz Gercekler
– hosted by London Saz School in Stoke Newington, young Turkish-speaking participants create short films.


Disgraceful Waste of Space
– Turkish Cypriot young people perform their Diaspora identity in public spaces - filmed by each participant.  

Raw Talent
- (2010 - 2015) Funded by London Borough of Tower Hamlets Youth Opportunities Fund,  Raw Talent is all about Camapigning Arts, looking at the power of  Urban Arts  
disciplines (Rap, Street Dance, Graffitti and Singing) as political tools in expressing young peoples concerns about the world around them.





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