Presented By Good Chance Theatre and Gecko

From Here On

Friday 6 & Sunday 8 Sep | Various Times | Exchange Square, Sun St Passage, EC2A 2EH

Duration: 20 Minutes

On the 85th anniversary of the Kindertransport, Good Chance and Gecko present an emotional performance in support of children seeking sanctuary. 

This groundbreaking physical theatre performance champions a child’s right to safe passage, whoever they are, wherever they are from.

An exploration of displacement and being forced to find a new home, From Here On marks the 85th anniversary of the Kindertransport, when 10,000 Jewish children were welcomed into the UK on the eve of World War II.   

40 young people from around the world now based in London will take to the stage alongside Gecko’s professional ensemble outside Liverpool Street Station to create a powerful new work crossing borders, cultures and generations. From Here On is a call for empathy, hope and unity to empower new acts of solidarity and inspire a safer future for young people from across the world seeking sanctuary. 

Performance Times:

Friday 6 September: 11am, 1pm, 3.30pm, & 5.30pm

Sunday 8 September: 11am, 1pm, 3:30pm & 5:30pm

From Here On is supported by Good Chance & Gecko Theatre and Arts Council England.     

Good Chance & Gecko Theatre 

Good Chance describes the fabric of their company, as, theatre makers who create powerful and provoking work, connect communities through art, through surprise, through spectacle, and develop artists who have been displaced. In a world of entrenching polarisation, we create art that shatters stereotypes and inspires connection.

Since 2015, Good Chance have created award-winning productions including The Jungle, The Walk with Little Amal and Fly With Me – bringing people together, developing displaced artists and sharing unheard global stories.

Gecko Theatre is an award-winning and internationally acclaimed physical theatre company, led by Artistic Director Amit Lahav. Founded in 2001, the company has created 8 critically acclaimed shows, 2 Associate Shows and 2 films.

The Gecko identity is based on a deep interest in human beings and their extraordinary and challenging journeys to express feelings and emotions in society. Their work is made by and for people from a multitude of cultures in an attempt to represent everyone, regardless of age, gender and background.

 

More information

Promotional photography will take place at this event.

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Site Access

Free. Just Show Up.  

Assistance Dogs Welcome.  

Level Access  

Level access on hard standing.  

Access Viewing Areas  

An access viewing area for disabled audience members will be marked with a sign or flag at each event. Space for wheelchair users, companions and seating with and without arms will be available.   

Accessible Toilets 

Liverpool Street Station accessible toilets are adjacent to platform 10. 

Changing Places facility at Lloyds Bank, 33 Old Broad Street, EC2N 1HZ is 650m from Liverpool Street.  Open on Friday 6th Sep and not Sunday 8th Sep.  

Blue badge parking  

Blue Badge spaces are on Broad Street Pl and Liverpool St 

Drop-off point 

Primrose Street 

Contact  

For Access questions, contact [email protected] // 07899 893 935    

Show Access

Digital Audio Description Introduction.  

Highly visual with multi-lingual improvised speech which is not essential to understanding.  

Easy read visual guide -coming soon.  

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