Land of the Three Towers (wliia)

Dates and Times

Fri 29 - Sat 30 Jan at See schedule below

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Ticket information

Free, donations to Focus E15 welcome

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Part of Whose London Is It Anyway?, a festival of theatre, performance and discussion exploring the changing face of our capital city.

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Please note, this event takes place off-site at Carpenters and Docklands Centre, Stratford, 98 Gibbins Rd, London E15 2HU

“They want to move us to Manchester, Hastings or Birmingham, but, like, there are loads of homes. I mean, go down every single street and you’d at least see one boarded up property. They’re sitting right here.”

Land of the Three Towers tells the story of the Focus E15 Open House Occupation of empty council houses on Carpenters Estate last September. Made by those who experienced it first-hand, this playful performance is part of a weekend of rousing workshops and discussions taking place in a community space on Carpenters Estate. This performance is a celebration of the housing struggle and will immerse you in a truly historical and extraordinary moment in the fight for decent housing. Bring some food, bring your kids, bring your curiosity and bring your fight. Let us make you a cuppa and take you on a tale through the Land of the Three Towers, and beyond…

Fri 29 Jan:
Banner Making: 10am-1pm
Know Your Rights: Tenants Workshop 4-5.30pm
Performance: 7pm
Followed by post-show discussion with the Focus E15 Campaign
Followed by Music from some musicians involved in the Occupation and housing movement.

Sat 30 Jan:

Theatre of the Oppressed workshop (for 14-21 year olds ): 11.30-1.30pm
Afternoon performance: 3pm
Performance: 7pm

All events are free , but donations are gratefully received and will all go towards the Focus E15 Housing Crisis fund. To book tickets,  please click “book now” and select the appropriate time slot from the drop down menu.

About the company

You Should See The Other Guy is a made up of Emer Mary Morris and Nina Scott, a theatremaker and designer respectively, both specialising in community-based projects and art activism. Emer is a key organiser for Focus E15 Campaign, Nina joined the campaign during the occupation. Early development done with Populace Theatre.

@emermarymorris | www.youshouldseetheotherguy.com

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