Active Inquiry presents: Connected Lives

Monday 11th December 2017
1.30pm, entry by donation

Stories of isolation in a city of half-million people

Why do people feel isolated in a city? What causes this isolation and where can connections be found?

Funded by the Culture Service project fund from the City of Edinburgh Council, this performance brings together participants from the Active Inquiry Spect-Act Network – in partnership with the Bethany Christian Trust, The Alma Project and Shakti Women’s Aid – to tell the story of Muyemba, Baz and Sally. Why have they become isolated and where can they make connections again?

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