Join us for a week-long celebration of arts and homelessness projects in Coventry, created and co-produced by people who have current or previous lived experience of homelessness. The festival takes place at venues across the city centre between Friday 8 - Saturday 16 October, coinciding with World Homelessness Day on Sunday 10 October 2021.
Smithford Way, Coventry, CV1 1FY
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Guideline Audience Age Range: 18+
Join us to celebrate the talent within Coventry’s community in an evening of music and performance, created by people who have lived experience of homelessness. The night gives participants the opportunity to perform in one of Coventry’s most well-known performance venues - formerly the Locarno Club and Tiffany’s, but now home to Coventry Central Library. From the 1960’s through to the 1980’s, the venue hosted acts such as Chuck Berry, Led Zeppelin, The Who, The Clash, Blondie and many more. So, whether you want to take part or just soak up the acts on offer, this event will be a lively celebration of the city’s performers.
Supported by funding from Spirit of 2012.