Raised on a London council estate, Talia Randall began her artistic career began as a ‘participant’ in various community schemes. She’s now a writer-performer who has been building a growing following with her variety shows, one-woman plays and podcasts.
Talia’s show Question Time Cabaret is a fun, rowdy, political knees-up, supported by SHED. Created and hosted by Talia, the show flips the political panel on its head, taking the mic away from grey men on the telly and putting it in the hands of drag performers, cabaret stars, comedians and outspoken journalists.
Dwellbeing is a soon-to-be community benefit society and co-operative in the neighbourhood of Shieldfield, Newcastle upon Tyne. As community members we undertake creative and socially oriented projects which build community knowledge about the issues that affect the neighbourhood including: rapid urban development, gentrification, food poverty and social isolation. We explore alternative models for organising, learning and solidarity which can lead Shieldfield (and other neighbourhoods like it) toward self-reliance, resilience and interdependence.
Bella Caledonia is Scotland's Fifth Estate. Our aim is to transform our media into a vibrant, critical mass of dissident voices; to create a space for writers and artists to collaborate and cross-fertilise their resistance. We aim to give voices to the unheard, to amplify the excluded and the marginalised, and to continue to create a space for self-determination, autonomy and independence.
Founded in 2015, Idle Women is an arts and social justice project that creates vibrant and adventurous spaces with women in places where they are least imagined. Based and working in the North West our collaborative work combines site-specificity, sculpture, performance, cross sector partnerships and research.
Black History School is an online curriculum for children and families. This UK centred programme will provide families the opportunity to learn about Black history through songs, sketches, cooking and mindfulness, providing activities that encourage a supportive community network through shared heritage and creative learning.
The Restore project is about engaging polar opposite communities, locals of traditional welsh valleys and communities of asylum seekers and refugees, bridging the differences using food and the production of food, creating a space to belong and to learn.
Our mission is to help create, and help others create a more peaceful, sustainable world through equine assisted experiential learning and therapeutic interventions that support learning and growth, self-awareness, mental health well-being, resilience, co-creative leadership skills and nature connection, for both adults and young people, we work one to one and in small groups.
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