A unique collab with Deborah ‘Debris’ Stevenson (leader of Mouthy Poets), Emily Franklin (singer and member of both the Mouthy Poets and The G.O.A. Choir) and Honey Williams (MD of The G.O.A.) – performed live at ‘Say Sum Thin 7’ ft. poet John Agard at the Nottingham Playhouse.
An exciting piece, intriguingly titled ‘Pat-a-Cake Game’, its jam-packed with very deep, huge and sensitive topics such as #racism and #bullying and how it effects women, the rise of #UKIP #whitesupremacy #misogyny #homophobia #gender and #school no less! Though the topics are heavy we’ve added our unique slants to create something electrifying.
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Our collab on film:
Filmed by: Mellow9Productions
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