Urban Exposure

We need YOUR help to raise £1500 to bring Urban Exposure to this year’s A Summer Squall.

Visit our indiegogo fundraising page to find out more!

 

Urban Exposure will be a great day for young people in Thanet, on the eastern edge of England.

Free workshops and tryout sessions in parkour (free-running), graffiti, string art, T-shirt and trainer stencil painting, graphics and music, have been set up to give them a chance to get involved, try something new, find an interest and be inspired by other young people.

It’s all happening at the Eastcliff Bandstand in Ramsgate, Kent on Sunday 25th August.

The climax will be a thrilling parkour display at 8.30pm followed by open mic for rappers, spoken word, poetry and song, performed in front of a public audience.

We’ve teamed up with local Thanet youth leader Jestress Flo, whose mission is to bring young people from all backgrounds together, to channel their energies and give them positive skills, through extreme sports and creative activities.

Funded by you!

We need to raise £1500 for Urban Exposure to take place. It will transform the neglected, Grade II listed Eastcliff Bandstand on the promenade above the beach into an exciting attractive space for young musicians and performers for the day,  giving them a great sense of achievement and the enjoyment of showing their work to a public audience.

We’ll be eternally grateful for anything you can afford to donate, but £5 or more will get you a name check on our website, and £10 or more will get you an invite to our festival launch party in Ramsgate on Saturday 24th August at 5pm.

So please watch our short video and then hit that Paypal button! Even if you can’t afford to donate, do use the share buttons help spread the word on social media.

Thank you.

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