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Certitude teams up with the Young Vic

The Young Vic's theatre workshop is coming to Certitude's Connect & Do programme in Brixton

Certitude is joining forces with the Young Vic to create a brand new play. 

Beginning in November, director Audrey Sheffield and writer Nessah Muthy will be working with participants of our new theatre workshop in developing a new play, which will be shown at the end of next year. The play, commissioned for The Young Vic’s TWENTY TWENTY project, will centre around the themes of Home, Heritage & History.

“We’re so excited to be part of such a creative and fulfilling partnership,” says Aisling Duffy, CEO of Certitude. “The opportunity to explore art and work with different people is so essential to wellbeing and connection within the community, and we are sure that the workshops led by the Young Vic will be really fun and beneficial for the people we support and work with to take part in.”

The workshop will be a part of our Connect & Do programme, which hosts a range of different workshops throughout the week that are free and open to everyone. We regularly update the programme so keep an eye on what’s going on here.

Getting involved

For those interested in the workshops, The Young Vic will be performing a free show of ‘She Ventures and He Wins’, a 17th century play about “women who are tired of the old ways of dealing with affairs of the heart, and are determined to control their own romantic lives.” 


The play will be performed at Melvin Hall, our community centre in Penge on 26 November at 4:30pm. This is a great opportunity to see what the theatre company does and meet the people behind the collaboration, and we really recommend coming to see it if you’re thinking of joining the workshop.
 

Get in touch at connectanddo@certitude.london to register your interest or find out more!