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The Lockdown Project Promo video is live!

The project is officially in motion and we can share the promotional video filmed at Estate of the Arts, Bristol. We now have 3 full length performances to film, all at the same location. However, we have a great team to make each event look a little different. Here's the promo video to give you a sneak peak at what's to come...

Up coming streamed performances and online workshops will feature jazz and world, rhythmic and lyrical music by Daphna Sadeh, poetry by Karen Hayes, spoken word by Dom Coyote, and musicians Celeste Cantor-Stephens (trumpet), Thomas Hodson (accordion), Myke Vince (percussion) and Daphna Sadeh (double bass). Contact details and to join the email list: Website: Facebook: @daphnasadehcomposer and @the.lockdown.project.official Instagram: @daphnasadeh and @_thelockdownproject_ #AceSupported #letscreate #ArtsCouncilofEngland Production Team: Rich Allen – Sound, lighting and stage design Catherine Stewart – Post production, filming (B Camera), photography, graphics, editing Cat Lore Media Ltd Nick Wilding – Filming (A Camera) and steadicam (and provider of amazing camera equipment) Daisy Lees – Project management support Rafi Neu – Lighting and assistant production

Filmed at: Estate of the Arts, Bristol thanks to Sebastian Reed and Rosie McLay Special thanks to: DAVAR- Bristol, Levuv- Bath, Avon Indian Community Association, Avon Chinese Community Association , Bristol and Avon Chinese Women’s group, Chinese Lantern project, Natyanjali Dance School, Patricia Lashley Charles (Trinidadian community Cambridge) , Jahson Babb, African voices forum Bristol, Bristol & West Progressive Jewish Congregation, Bristol City Council Culture Team, Cambridge Chinese Community Centre and Beth Shalom Reform Synagogue Cambridge

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