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Wellcome Collection, London
John was privileged to be invited to perform in the Reading Room of the Wellcome Collection in London.
Here are some of the audience responses to his performance:
"Inspirational / beautiful / heart breaking"
"Muscular / controlled / expressive"
"Powerful / assured / mesmerising"
"Moving / raw / real"
BBC Radio London - Jo Good - interview
John's manager, Caroline Diprose, was interviewed by Jo Good on her 13 June BBC Radio London show.
Caroline and Jo spoke about John's background, his unique ability to choreograph in the moment, and the 17 June performance as part of the Change of Art festival.
The interview is available for 30 days on the BBC Radio iPlayer here (skip to 10mins 25secs).
Change of Art festival - booking information
The festival will take place on Saturday, 17 June at 7.30 pm at the Human Rights Action Centre, 25 New Inn Yard, London EC2A 3EA.
Details of the line up are available here.
Tickets are free but need to be reserved in advance. (The link is in the link above!)
A reminder that the event is part of Hope Not Hate’s Weekend of Action marking the anniversary of the murder of MP Jo Cox.
In the light of the recent attacks in Manchester and London, it’s more important than ever that we unite behind the words in Jo Cox’s maiden speech in Parliament: “We are far more united and have far more in common than that which divides us”.
We hope you can be there.
Change of Art festival
John is delighted and honoured to be selected to perform at the first annual Change of Art festival on 17 June at the Human Rights Action Centre in Shoreditch, London.
He will be one of eight acts taking part in an evening of variety and entertainment as part of Hope not Hate’s Weekend of Action marking the anniversary of the murder of Jo Cox, MP.
Booking information to follow!
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