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Intergenerational group

Bubble Intergenerational group
Prepping July 2015
London Bubble - From Docks to Desktops 13 250
Hopelessly De-Voted group
D2D Steve Hickey 4083

Bubble's intergenerational, 'vernacular theatre' projects bring together adults, children and artists of all ages to explore a theme or major world event.  Our project for 2017 will be an investigation into Primary schools - for many the first institution we engage with and retain a position in our memory often as places of nurture, friendship and creativity.

Our performance company and choir has been meeting on Thursday evenings and will resume from 7th September onwards.
They will help us research and develop the material we gather and work towards a large scale public performance in early 2018.
Please contact us if you would like to join from September.

When: Thursdays     
6.30-8.30pm for all ages including choir

Where: Bubble HQ
5 Elephant Lane, Rotherhithe, SE16 4JD

Who can take part: This group is open to all ages but children aged 11 and under should to be accompanied by an older member of their family.  There is no audition.

To find out more or book your place for this group get in touch:
020 7237 4434 |

There are many other ways to take part in this project, you don't have to be a performer!  Click here for more information about supporting us as a Bubble Creative Volunteer.

There is no cost for this group but you can support our ongoing work of building theatre through community and community through theatre by making a donation HERE


Previous intergenerational projects at London Bubble

London Bubble has been producing theatre performances with intergernational companies since 2000.

CLICK HERE to find out more about most recent intergenerational project and show After Hiroshima.

In 2014-15 Hopelessly De-Voted explored engagement and disengagement with the political system and was performed between March - June 2015.

You can also find out more about Bubble's previous intergenerational projects HERE and on our BUBBLEPEDIA

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