Join us for a sharing of scripts, stories and poems written by Lutonians in response to the cost-of-living crisis.
Trolley Tales is a Revoluton Associate project, led by Shemiza Rashid, an award-winning creative and cultural producer, broadcaster, writer and theatre maker. Shemiza worked with local residents, in a series of creative writing and listening workshops, to develop scripts, stories and poems that capture their unique perspective on the challenges of the cost-of-living crisis. These experiences are displayed on food tins, making up the Trolley Tales shop exhibition.
Come along to Feast Street, opposite ‘Chopstix,’ in the Luton Mall, where you will be able to pick up a Trolley Tales tin to:
– Read about experiences from Lutonians
– Immerse yourself in a short audio about the experiences
– Listen to stories, scripts and poems about the cost-of-living crisis by scanning a QR code on your phone
– Write and share your experience about the cost-of-living crisis
– Donate a tin for those in need
– Take a receipt about the project
No sign up is required, just turn up on the day.
A Revoluton Arts CIC project made by Revoluton Associate Shemiza Rashid, supported by funding from Arts Council England.