An evening with Mulberry Arts in support of the Mulberry Schools Foundation

10th July . 7:00PM .
£30 - £50

Mulberry Schools Trust, a group of schools from across East London, is taking over Wilton’s for one night only. 

A host of students, alongside a few famous faces, present an incredible range of theatre, music, poetry and more. The evening will showcase the talent of students and give audience members a unique Mulberry experience.  

Joining us on the night and performing shoulder to shoulder with students include friends of Mulberry, actors Jade Anouka (Ruti Skadi in the BBC adaptation of His Dark Materials), and Karl Queensborough (Alexander Hamilton in the West End production of Hamilton).

The event is being held to raise money for the Mulberry Schools Foundation, the charitable arm of Mulberry Schools Trust. The Foundation is creating exceptional opportunities for children and young people facing disadvantage, thus strengthening their capacity to make a difference in the world. We support, develop, and champion young people and their families in the Trust’s schools, its partner schools and its local and global communities. Through our wide range of commissioned and funded activity we remove barriers, create opportunity, give voice, innovate for change and sustain impact.

For more information about the Mulberry Schools Foundation visit www.mulberryschoolsfoundation.org
For more information about Mulberry Arts visit www.mulberryarts.org 
For more information about Mulberry Schools Trust visit www.mulberryschoolstrust.org

Running time: 2 hours, including interval

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