Young DaDaFest 2015

Contents

1) Introduction
2) Event Photos
3) Event Film
4) Young DaDa Yearbook 2015
5) Audience & Performer Feedback
6) Twitter Responses

Introduction

On Thursday 25th June 2015 we held our annual Young DaDaFest event to a sold out audience at the Everyman Theatre. We had 105 young people perform on the theme of Freedom, Barriers and Respect. It was a great evening enjoyed by all and we even had the Lord Mayor dancing. Below is a selection of photographs, quotes, tweets and the Young DaDa 2015 yearbook, coming shortly will be a short film of the event.

Event Photos

Event Film

Young DaDa Yearbook 2015

 

Audience & Performer Feedback

“So amazing to have the opportunity to perform at Young DaDaFest, it really is a highlight and proud moment for our group. They absolutely loved it and are chewing our ears off for the next one!! I think it’s so important to spread the word and message the festival conveys using the next generation! Thank you so so much again and long may this festival continue as it means everything to its participants and brings such joy and education and awareness to all!” – Grace Goulding, RAWD

“Thanks to you and DaDaFest team. Fantastic night enjoyed by all.” – Sarah Spoor, Learning Mentor, Sandfield Park School

“Hi Sam, thanks for all your support and hard work throughout. Our school has really enjoyed being involved with DaDa this year and we hope we can continue to do so.” – Louise Farrington, Teacher, Bank View School

“Massive THANK YOU Sam and well done for all your hard work it was an amazing night! Best Wishes” – All from Acting Up

“Thank you very much for such a wonderful night the band really enjoyed the experience and event.  A big thank to all your team. The parents who can to see the show thought it was fantastic. Thank you once again. All the very best from the Arden Rockers” – Cliff

“thanks so much for the tickets for yesterday’s event, it was, quite simply- fantastic. I can only imagine the amount of hard work that went into making it such a success, the young people looked so happy- as did the audience.” – Simone Spray, Chief Executive Officer, 42nd Street

“I’d just like to say a great big thank you to you and everyone involved in last nights show. It was brilliant I’m sure there are several proud families today. Thanks again” – Joanne (parent of performer)

“Well done to everyone involved, great event.  The pupils did us all proud.” – Colin Reid, Specialist Leader in Cultural Education, Palmerston School

“Thank you so much for a fantastic evening. Your hard work definitely paid off it was a huge success. All of our young people thoroughly enjoyed it and were still buzzing today. The staff also had a brilliant evening too.” – Cathy Pratt, Learning Mentor, Redbridge High School

“Just want to say another HUGE well done for last Thursday! It was such a good event, both you and all the young people really outdid yourselves this year (:” – Oliver Longhurst, Unlimited Trainee Producer

“What a great night last night an amazing atmosphere, the standard of work created by the young people was very very good. My highlight was the finale, all the participants together onstage singing and swaying on mass..champions.. Anyway just for the record I described for 1 visually impaired person who loved the show and told me she got really emotional and had a little cry…Hurray Well done EVERYONE…” – Michael (Audio Describer)

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