HATCH Festival

A work-in-progress festival
showcasing new work by young creatives aged 16-25,
all collaborating to HATCH their creative practice.

This 3 day festival will take over LYT’s Creative Hub with
new plays, spoken word poetry, music, design and fashion.
Each day will showcase a different group of young creatives’ new work.

Festival Dates:

Thursday 3rd August, 7pm

The performance will include:
‘IN.Q.BS’ – a scene from a new play about the character of Lillith by Nae Chettry
‘South London’ – interactive screening of a short film by Sheniz Elmaz Golding
‘If I had one wish’ – exploration for a short film about young black men
and sexuality in South London by Amiga Harewood
plus spoken word and rap performances 

Friday 4th August, 7pm

The performance will include:
‘Return to Soil’ – a scene from a new play about relationships by Eli Gore
‘The Lift’ – exploration of characters for a new play by Jordan Jatto

‘The Casting Room’ – screening of a web series episode
lifting the lid on absurd auditions by Matthew Moore

And an interactive spoken word piece about women’s safety by Rofeda Bougaga

Saturday 5th August, 3.30pm & 6pm

As part of the Hatch festival, LYT’s Senior Devising Group will perform
‘Tales from The Lewisham Arms’
scenes exploring young people’s experiences in Lewisham.

HATCH will take place at:
LYT’s Creative Hub, 142-144 Lewisham High Street, London, SE13 6JG

See the programmes here: Hatch Festival Programme

                                                Tales From Lewisham Arms Programme

Hatch is made possible by the Arts Council England, National Lottery Community Fund and Lewisham Council.