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Tmesis Theatre

Tmesis Theatre was founded in 2003 and creates, develops and shares world-class physical theatre through performance, participation and an international festival. Based in Liverpool the theatre company has received critical acclaim for the unique style of movement-based theatre and their

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DaDaFest

£10,000 towards DaDaFest’s ‘Art of the Lived Experiment’. PH Holt funding is improving access for people with hearing loss at DaDaFest’s International Festival, ‘Art of the Lived Experiment’. The festival, first created in 2001 has grown substantially and attracts over

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Africa Oyé  

Africa Oyé, the UK’s largest free celebration of African music and culture and takes place annually in Liverpool. Beginning in 1992 as a series of small gigs in the city centre, the event has gone from strength to strength, moving

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Liverpool John Moores University

  LJMU’s Faculty of Science is renowned for its innovative approach to teaching and scientific advancement in research enabling students to work at the cutting edge of their discipline. The Faculty’s strong links with industry and organisations in the UK

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Kind

KIND was founded in 1975 to help disadvantaged children, young people and families from across Liverpool.  Over the last 40 years the charity has worked with disadvantaged children aged 5-16 and their families helping them to overcome disadvantage; improve their

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LIPA

£20,000 to The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts [LIPA] to develop new studio facilities and enable more young people from Merseyside to engage in performing arts. www.lipa.ac.uk

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20 Stories High

£1,000 towards Melody Loses Her Mojo. 20 Stories High creates challenging theatre and attracts new audiences with a mix of professional productions, youth theatre and community projects. PH Holt funded Masterclasses for 250 young people who had not engaged with

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Family Friendly Art Play

£1,000 supporting family activities at the Williamson Art Gallery. Targeting hard to reach families, Family Friendly Art Play at the Williamson Art Gallery offers local parents and preschool children accessible creative arts workshops inspired by artefacts from the Williamson Art

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Plaza Community Cinema

£3,975 for young people with autism to explore society’s perceptions of disability. The Plaza Community Cinema works to meet the needs of young people on the autism spectrum and those with physical disabilities through Autism friendly film screenings and arts

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Sola Arts  

£3,646 for people with dementia. SOLA ARTS is grassroots community arts organisation based in Liverpool specialising in supporting refugees, asylum seekers and those most disadvantaged in society. SOLA ARTS is piloting arts engagement, art therapy and volunteering to address the

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