Final blog from Laurence, a fourth-year Drama student at the University of Kent summing up his work placement with People United. My time with People United is coming to a close and what a time it’s been. While I may not suddenly be the fountain of all knowledge surrounding the running of an arts company […]

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People United’s Living Rooms are interactive participatory events exploring arts, kindness and social change in an inquiring, informal and relaxed atmosphere. Fri 7 March, 6pm – 8.30pm Ways of Seeing – the body as metaphor Jasmin Vardimon is a dancer, choreographer and artistic director of the award winning Jasmin Vardimon Company. Her work is highly […]

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Both speakers were brilliant- fascinating to hear an artist and a scientist talking about the same subject. Our second Living Room event took place in the Foyle Room at Turner Contemporary in Margate. The blank white gallery space was transformed with rugs, cushions, standard lamps and tables into cosy living rooms. The two fireside chairs […]

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I was so glad to have attended the first ever Living Room event. It was a wonderful atmosphere, the decor really did feel like a living room, non-intimidating and welcoming. Also welcoming was the generous, delicious food. We were stuffed! It was heartening to see so many people who were interested in empathy and from […]

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Fabulous session. A lovely and conducive environment and format to explore, discuss and debate pertinent issues. My neurons are certainly firing all over the place now!! Audience member On the evening of Friday 27 September we transformed the cool, light, slightly corporate café in the Canterbury Innovation Centre into People United’s living room in order […]

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We are looking forward to welcoming you to our Living Room this Friday 27 September. Christian and Sarah have identified some questions that they would like to explore further with you. Have a read below of the four different areas they’ve identified and see which one interests you the most. We will be asking you […]

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