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Find out what's coming up at the Geraldine Connor Foundation.

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Our impact in 2018

891

Children and young people engaged with

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Emerging artists supported

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Workshops in education and community settings

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What's On

  • Kweku Ananse: Performance

    Kweku Ananse is contemporary processional and stage dance choreographed by Nii Kwartey Owoo inspired by the West African character of Kweku Ananse (the spider). Read more

  • 'The Age of Aquarius': A Musical Theatre Workshop

    Sunday 6th October 2019. Work with professional artists to explore songs from the legendary musical 'Hair' in this workshop suitable for all levels of musical theatre lover. Read more

  • Global Mash Up 2019

    Monday 28th October - Friday 1st November. Free, fun-filled October half-term activity. Explore the world in an action-packed week of creative fun with professional artists from across the globe. Read more

New From the Blog

  • GCF's New Website

    Welcome to the Geraldine Connor Foundation's new website. Find out about its new features here. Read more

  • 10 Unusual Facts About Les Misérables

    In the run up to our musical theatre workshop on Les Misérables, we've investigate the musical to find 10 interesting facts. Read more

  • Young Ambassadors Bring Windrush Into Schools

    Two of our Young Ambassadors have been delivering Windrush workshops in schools. To find out a bit about how they have found the experience we asked them a few questions. Read more