We're thrilled to have been invited to serve drinks at the Antisocial Social Club, part-performance-part-public debate being held at Barking Town Hall Council Chambers about the future of the borough and the impact issues such as regeneration have on local residents. This event is open to local residents, further information and the link for free tickets at the link below.
Antisocial Social Club is a performance that takes the form of a public debate on the topic of ‘dispossession’. It will be held at Barking Town Hall Council Chambers, exploring ideas around community, questioning democratic processes and the power of ‘the public’. Performance artist Chloe Cooper will be leading the debate.
The performance has been developed by artist Ève Chabanon during her residency at The White House, a new space in Dagenham for art and the community.
To further the conversation, the debate will be filmed and screened in multiple locations around the UK experiencing similar social changes, inviting other communities to share their opinions too. The film will be made in collaboration with students from Barking & Dagenham College.
The debate is free to attend. Please note, this event is for Barking & Dagenham residents only – you must be living or working in the borough, or have done in the past, to attend.
Book your free ticket here.