HeadStart Community Showcase

Following the HeadStart Conference, eight of Wolverhampton's fantastic voluntary sector and community organisations shared performances, drama, dance, film and testimonies from their HeadStart-funded projects. Many thanks and congratulations to all of the organisations who attended, and especially to the young people themselves. They did themselves, and the organisations they've worked with, totally proud. Thanks also to the parents, families and professionals who attended and enjoyed all that they had to share.

We've shared photos and videos from the showcase below. 

Revolution Dance Academy

Revolution Dance Academy thrilled the audience with a range of performances from dancers of different ages.

Oneeighty from Excel Church

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Oneeighty showcased their excellent film 'What's Up?', created and showcased as part of their HeadStart summer programme activities.

Aladdin's Education

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Aladdin's Education showcased films from their summer programme activities, introduced brilliantly by one of their HeadStart Newshounds, Bobby.

The films included the following young people speaking about their involvement in the activities:

  • Sukhjinder
  • Aisha
  • Amira
  • Sadeem
  • Latija
  • Azeezat
  • Shyleem  

 

Gazebo Theatre

Gazebo Theatre used beautiful songs, poetry and personal testimonies to share their thoughts and feelings. We didn't have time to share their documentary film, but you can see it below!

Hope Community Centre

The young people of the Hope Community Centre paid personal testimony to the impact that Hope, and activities funded by HeadStart, have had upon them. Moving, eloquent and thought-provoking.

Wolverhampton Children in Care Council

Wolverhampton Children in Care Council showcased their 'Same as Me' film.


Low Hill Community Association

The amazing young performers who worked with the Low Hill Community Association in their summer programme activities wowed the audience with their drama performance; it was full of physicality, emotion and clever choreography.

MDK (Music Drives Kreativity) dance group

The dynamic dancers of MDK stunned the audience with their acrobatic dance routines. Brilliant stuff!


Full Gallery (click thumbnails for full-size images)