The undoubted stars of the 2019 No Place for Hate Conference were the performers from Extraordinary Bodies Young Artists (EBYA). They were, by far, noted as the most uplifting part of the conference and Prejudice Free Dorset wanted to bring you up to date with what they have been up to recently.
Since the beginning of lockdown, the EBYA young artists have been creating new digital work around their show “Till We Win”. They have been working with Biggerhouse Film and talented musician and composer Harry Bassett on a new piece called “This Town Of Ours”. They are now ready to share it with the world!
This Town Of Ours is about fighting back and gaining a voice. It’s about celebrating the role of ‘difference’ and diversity in our community. EBYA stand in solidarity with #WeShallNotBeRemoved – the UK disability arts alliance that supports Deaf, neurodivergent and disabled creatives and organisations through and after Covid-19.
“This Town Of Ours is a direct response to being in lockdown, wanting to keep our creativity thriving and making our voices heard. It’s our message to our community and a demand for respect, equality, unity in the world.”The EBYA Team
Watch the premiere here
For an audio described version of the video, click here!