Come and enjoy a unique evening of music and dance created in Langley Green Hospital and inside an immigration detention centre, with Music In Detention artists Shammi Pithia, Jane Munro, Rebecca Bogue, and H Patten.
Residents from Langley Green Hospital, which is provided by Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, and Tinsley House Immigration Detention Centre, are joining forces for a unique evening of dance and music on Tuesday 19 November at Langley Green Hospital in Crawley. The event will showcase the fruits of a recent eight-week collaboration between the two groups, performed by residents of the hospital and supported by professional choreographers and musicians from the charity Music In Detention (MID).
John Speyer, Director at Music In Detention says: “We are delighted to be partnering once more with Langley Green on this exciting collaboration bringing together music and dance, and showcasing the creativity of people whose voices need to be heard. Dance Works promises to be a very special evening for performers and audience alike. A one of a kind performance!”
The performance will take place at Langley Green Hospital, Martyrs Avenue, Crawley from 7-8pm on Tuesday 19 November 2019 and is free to attend.
To find out more about Music in Detention, go to www.musicindetention.org.uk.