The Project

A Place for People is an immersive performance, created in collaboration with SPID Theatre Company. 11 young artists devised an innovative and moving piece inspired by the heritage and rich stories of the famous Worlds End Estate, a social housing project that was built in the 1970's at the end of vibrant and trendy Kings Road. Performed inside the Chelsea Youth Club that sits inside the estates maze, this imaginative re-telling of history captured a different side of the fashionable Kings Road.

About SPID 

The award-winning SPID (Social Political Innovative Direct) uses immersive youth arts to regenerate community spaces.

 

They work with young people on West London council estates to create participatory drama shows.

https://spidtheatre.com/

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