Review

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On 13th October, 2018, in a yoga studio in Surrey Quays there began a small, but perfectly formed festival of the performing Arts. Originally conceived by Joanna Puchala, an Edinburgh Fringe veteran, as a festival to highlight social issues, the Social Arts Festival ran over two Saturdays.  Rather than a being exclusively contemporary dance, which is […]

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Awards Virtual Social Arts Festival 2020

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Virtual SAF2020 Awards winners: Performers Award: Freedom of Expression Online Professional Aerial Yoga Teacher Training worth of £450 sponsored by @flowmove. Yvonne Greaves for the most creative and engaging gesture movement piece with the use of the zoom technology to film Award: Most touching and related to the covid19 lockdown topic in a category of […]

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Social Arts Festival

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2 Day Social Arts Festival in London: 13th Oct 8pm and 20th Oct 8pm – non profit – fundraising event This Festival is a symphony of performing arts exhibitions that highlight social inequality and any violation of human rights.   It is an evening of dance, hany form of art and performance aimed at raising awareness […]

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New performance

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We are pleased to announce that LCP Dance will be performing their dance piece ‘I AM’ at the festival on 13th October.

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Support for refugee charity

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The Social Arts Festival will make a donation to the charity RoomToHeal to support their work providing community based therapy for refugees and asylum seekers. 

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