Since the beginning of lockdown, our young artists have been creating new digital work around their show “Till We Win”. They have been working with Biggerhouse Film and talented musician and composer, Harry Bassett, on a new piece called “This Town Of Ours”. They are now ready to share it with the world.
“This Town Of Ours” is about fighting back and gaining a voice. It’s about celebrating the role of ‘difference’ and diversity in our community. EBYA stand in solidarity with #WeShallNotBeRemoved – the UK disability arts alliance who support D/deaf, neurodivergent and disabled creatives and organisations through and after Covid-19.
Where and when to watch “This Town Of Ours”
“This Town Of Ours” is captioned and BSL interpreted and will be posted on Facebook and YouTube. An Audio Described version will also be available here. You can follow us on social media for a reminder of the video links at 11:50am on Thursday, as well as subscribe to Extraordinary Bodies YouTube channel for more video content.
EBYA was created to support young and emerging circus to train in circus professionally. Supported by Extraordinary Bodies, a strong and unlikely partnership with Diverse City and Cirque Bijou, changing the shape of, and championing the #FutureOfCircus #CircusForeverybodybyEverybody.