Rehearsing Futures Part 1: Life-Affirming Community Practice

  • Photo: Eric-Aydin Barberini

    Photo: Eric-Aydin Barberini

Past Event

This event was on Friday 7 July, 7pm

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Rehearsing Futures Part 1: Life-Affirming Community Practice

Friday 7 July | 7pm | £5

This event is now fully booked. To join the waiting list, please call the box office on 020 7522 7888 from 11am on the day of the event.

Healing Justice London will host a livestream of the talk via Zoom Webinar. Click here for information on how to access this.

The second HJL event in this series, Rehearsing Futures Part 2: Experiments in Imagining at Conway Hall is still open for registration, you can book here.


Together with Healing Justice London and Kin Structures alongside artists and health justice advocates, this event explores how community responses through cultural and social practice become part of our life affirming infrastructures. From community repair to radical storytelling, we explore how art activates our hope and radical alternatives and is a signifier of healthy and wholesome societies.  

Chaired by writer Micha Frazer-Carroll, panellists include curator and artist Kwame Lowe (Kin Structures), poet and clinical psychologist Sanah Ahsan and André Anderson, Headmaster at Freedom & Balance.

This event is part of several large-scale discussions held by Healing Justice London that are taking place in the build-up to Rehearsing Freedoms – a month-long festival of community health and healing, cultural work and movement building – taking place between October and November 2023. 

In partnership with Healing Justice London.