Lewisham Live

Lewisham Live is an ambitious music and dance festival taking place across four weeks every March, involving 12 shows, 9 partner organisations, 2000 young performers and an audience of 4000 people.

Lewisham Live continues to push artistic boundaries by bringing professional, high-profile artists to the borough and producing innovative, high-quality music and dance performances by young people, schools, arts organisations and youth groups. Collectively, festival partners have introduced an innovative music and dance collaboration strand for the festival, bringing the two art forms together and developing the collaborative skills and understanding required of interdisciplinary artists in the 21st Century.

For more information about music and dance collaboration opportunities that form part of Lewisham Live, please see:

I’m interested! How can I take part?

If you are a Lewisham based school, teacher, youth group or young person and want to get involved in one of the Lewisham Live opportunities, please email Jane Hendry at Lewisham Education Arts Network (LEAN) at [email protected].

Feedback on Lewisham Live 2016

“I enjoyed the whole experience, it was amazing. I think there is nothing you can improve, it was amazing.”
Participant (2016) 

“Everything ran smoothly. Fantastic information pre-event. Great communication from L&P department. There is always so much support from Trinity Laban.”
Group leader (2016) 

“The show was a great display of local and young talent. Very inspiring.”
Audience member (2016)

Lewisham Live Partners

Lewisham Live partner organisations include:

  • Blackheath Halls
  • Greenwich and Lewisham Young People's Theatre
  • Horniman Museum and Gardens
  • Lewisham Education Arts Network
  • Lewisham Music Service/Music Hub
  • Lewisham Young Mayor's Team
  • The Albany Uncover Music Company
  • Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance
  • XLP

Lewisham Live 2016 Gallery

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