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 [email protected]
You can read more details on the Corn Exchange website, by clicking on this link below:
The photo of the Corn Exchange at the top of this article is by Adam Hillier.