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Final year student is historical researcher on Creative Campus Initiative 1908 London Olympics project

Posted on 30/04/2012

Final-year History student, Joseph Twilley, has won a place to work as a historical researcher with Lightning Ensemble as part of their 1908 Collaborative Residencies team.  This project is one of four flagship projects commissioned by the Creative Campus Initiative (CCI), and awarded an "Inspire" Mark project as endorsed by the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG).  1908: The First London Games is a cross art form production integrating circus skills and dialogue to tell a story that celebrates the idiosyncrasies of the first Olympians, and aims to fuse sport and circus. The production will tour the South East with performances in Jacksons Lane, Greenwich and the O2 later in 2012. For more on Joe's role in the project, click here:  JosephTwilley 1908 BodyandSoul

 



   
 
 
 

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