“Hillstone has always been a diverse community in terms of ethnic origin, age, class, ability and many other factors. But when Alice returns home after some time away she finds her community is in danger of fragmenting. Can she use the 500 year anniversary to enable the people of Hillstone to develop strong interconnections and build solidarity for a just future,
or will the difficult economic climate make her community fragment further?
Divided We Fall? explores the challenges and opportunities faced by diverse communities
such as Leith especially in the context of cuts to public services and the Welfare Reform Act.”
- Wednesday 28th November, 2pm – Out of the Blue, 36 Dalmeny Street
- Wednesday 28th November, 6pm – Punjab’n De Rasoi Cafe, 122-124 Leith Walk
- Thursday 6th December, 2pm – Lochend/Restalrig Community Hub, 198 Restalrig Road South
- Monday 10th December, 6pm – The Leith Dockers Club, 17 Academy Street
All performances are free except Punjab’n De Rasoi which costs £5 and includes a buffet. Please book for this performance so we know how much food to provide!
The Leith Dockers Club performance is run in partnership with The Leith Festival and will include music and social time after the performance.
For more information or to book a place at any of the performances please contact Gavin on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0771 4321 629. For further details and information on extra performances please visit www.activeinquiry.co.uk
Download the flier: Divided We Fall Flyer