Are you aged 14-21? Would you like to share your lockdown story?

Newbury’s Corn Exchange is looking for young people to share their experiences and thoughts of the past few months in lockdown.

Those aged 14-21 are invited to join informal group Zoom chats with a creative group in July. The team will be hoping to hear how COVID-19, lockdown, isolation, social distancing and pandemic realities have directly affected them and their thoughts for the future.

These conversations will form the basis of a live performance, by young performers, later this year.

And the Corn Exchange is also inviting interest from 14-21 year olds who may want to take part in the performance – which will be socially distanced.

The collaborative project is called Unlocked and Unbolted  and is supported by funding partners Greenham Trust and the Lily and Marcus Sieff Charitable Trust.

If you are interested in either opportunity, then please email getinvolved@cornexchangenew.co.uk

You can read more details on the Corn Exchange website, by clicking on this link below:

https://www.cornexchangenew.com/event/unlocked-and-unbolted

The photo of the Corn Exchange at the top of this article is by Adam Hillier.

 

 

 

 

 

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