Voices back in Collage Arts

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Saturday 3 October was an important day for Collage Arts – our full Saturday Voices programme was back in the building for the first time since March. Steve Medlin, artistic director of Voices reports: “Last week were delighted to welcome 35 young people into the building for our Saturday Voices…

Dawn Walton reflects on the Collage Arts Lockdown Monologues

Dawn Walton is a creative associate at Collage Arts.  She has been working on a Collage Community project called Lockdown monologues. We asked women that self-designated as black women and/or women of colour from North London to tell us what they were thinking. What emerged was that lockdown had given…

Collage Voices and ImagiNation

Collage Voices is very proud to have taken part in Theatre Centre’s and Theatre 503’s ImagiNation project this summer, where 19 writers were asked to create and donate 19 plays to the UK public to read, rehearse and record.  We used it as part of our schools partnership programme during…

Haringey school pupils take on the haters

Collage Arts will be working with Haringey school pupils to explore how music can help tackle hate crimes. This has been made possible as a result of funding from Amplify London, a partnership between the London Music Fund and YouTube Music. Voices Against Hate is a collaboration between Collage Arts…