Commissioned to bring an entirely new event to the streets of Catford, we worked with four schools, as well as seeing 300 people come through our open workshops, to create a beautiful lantern parade with about 800 participants. Inspired by what we want to see outside of our windows (whether, our garden, a beach, or space!), we danced our way down the streets to South London Samba, culminating in a fiery, musical finale!
Thanks to: Corbett’s Residents Association, South London Samba, Rushey Green Primary School, Torridon Primary School, Sandhurst Primary School, Holy Cross School, Healthy Lifestyle Centre.
Photo credit: Caroline Hughes
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