Saturday 17th February 7pm / Studio Hub


What happens when you give a group of young people a camera, and ask them to make a film? Here’s what.

Kris Deedigan, founder of My Life Productions on how:

  • Drama and film is safe and effective place to explore difficult issues and behaviours.
  • We use film to give a voice to people who are under represented.
  • Community arts and film making reduces crime and anti social behaviour and allows young people to explore their lives and mental health.
  • Stories help use resolve conflicts.

Kris Deedigan is an actor and director and founder of My Life productions, a not for profit community company that works with young people to create inspiring films.

Performance Dates and Times

Saturday 17th February 7pm


Standard: £9.00


Running Time: TBC

Your Visit

We look forward to your visit!

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