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Southwark Showcase: The Power of Southwark with Community Southwark

Southwark Stars 2018, image (c) Dan Weill

Enjoy a mix of performances, films and fun interactive stations, with sports, arts and crafts, healthy living

Join Community Southwark Tate Exchange for a day of FREE fun activities for all the family. Enjoy a mix of lively performances, enriching films and fun interactive stations, with sports, arts and crafts, healthy living, plus more. Take this chance to see, learn and engage with some of the great initiatives going on across the borough.

We have a range of partners involved on the day. Take a look at a few, to get a feel for what's on offer: Black Heroes Foundation, Coin Street Community Builders, Community Southwark, Edible Rotherhithe, Elephant and Castle Community Hub, Healthwatch Southwark, Jazmin Morris, Arts Link, Age Southwark, London Bubble Theatre Company, Rai the DJ, The Drawing Room, Theatre Peckham, Train Station UK.

Why 'Power of Southwark'? This year, the Tate Exchange theme is 'power'. We believe that true power comes from strength in community, strength of relationships and how we connect and support one another. It is the diversity of people and community spirit that makes us great. This is why we have brought together charities and community groups, working across children and young people, sustainability, health and wellbeing, and arts and media: to give everyone a taste of what Southwark has to offer.

Keep up to date with the event and the Community Southwark team on Twitter and Instagram: #PowerofSouthwark @cosouthwark

About Community Southwark

Community Southwark is the umbrella body for charities, voluntary organisations, community groups, volunteers and active citizens in Southwark we help through development, engagement, volunteering and networks. We support Southwark communities to fulfill and exceed their potential.

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Date & Time

9 November 2019 at 12.00–18.00