Hit The Ground Workshop Programme: ‘How Do We Live Now?’

In this new and extended workshop programme participants will explore and engage with this question: ‘How Do We Live Now?’. A question that will move through present self-exploration all the way to embodying futuristic ideas for a more just society and everything in between.

Date: 20/07/2024 – 20/07/2024



Call out for Workshop Participants:
Bespoke workshop programme inviting participants to explore ‘present self’ all the way through to embodied futuristic ideas towards a more just society.
HIT THE GROUND’s unique approach unites creative collective spirit with social justice frameworks. To play, move, speak, listen, sing, draw and write for deepened connection and liberated purpose.
Facilitated by Lateisha Davine Lovelace-Hanson: socially engaged theatre-maker, writer, workshop practitioner and grassroots organiser. Recipient of Jerwood Foundation Performing Arts Micro-Bursary and ACE Artistic Directors Leadership Programme for Artists of Colour.
Workshops will be inclusive, anti-oppressive, safe-space. For collective growth, mutual recognition and solidarity is necessary across lines of race, gender, sexuality, religion, disability, class and other socially-constructed identifiers.
All levels of skill/experience welcome. 18+
Tickets: £7/£11/£15.






"Just to say a huge thanks ... I am looking forward to progressing with this project thanks to your support, advice and guidance"

Contact Us