Live Art Development Agency presents Playing with Fire peer to peer survivor writing with Jet Moon, Online

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Price: Free

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A black background and white lines, a linocut drawing of a mouth breathing out fire, hands holding a feather writing quill. With the words 'Playing with Fire' 'Peer to Peer Survivor Writing', Live Reading 24th April 6pm, Arts Council England's logo, LADA's logo and Spread the Word's logo.
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This event includes BSL interpreting and subtitles.

Price Free, but please RSVP

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LADA is delighted to host this live reading of peer to peer survivor writing organised by the artist Jet Moon and featuring commissioned contributions read by Jet, Dolly Sen, Elinor Rowlands, Ayotomi IF, Andie Macario, and readings by attendees of two peer to peer survivor writing workshops organised by Jet in March 2021.

Please join us on zoom on Saturday 24 April at 6pm for this special event. This event includes BSL interpreting and subtitles.

A free zine collecting the readings for the event and tips for survivor writers will be posted out to the first hundred pre-registered guests, and the artists invite guests to read along with them and connect on the page. Please RSVP before Monday 19 April to receive the zine. The zine will also be available as a free download from Thursday 22 April.

Playing With Fire is a platform for survivor writing organised by the artist Jet Moon. The Live Reading is the culmination of a series of events funded by Arts Council England, which allowed Jet the time to finish their book, hold two peer to peer survivor writing workshops and produce this live reading event.

Jet’s book is set in the suburbs of Auckland, NZ in the late 70s and early 80s, as disco is ceding to punk, and tells the story of an uneasily queer kid, growing up amidst gang violence, homophobia and rape culture.

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BSL interpreting, captioning

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Online

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