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No Place Like Home 2017

"No Place like Home" is a project looking at the subject of homelessness and culminating in a performance by young homeless parents from the Shepherd's View Young Parents initiative.

The show was developed from the original stories of the young parents and their experiences of homelessness and featured song, satire, drama and a very powerful message about the often overlooked issue of homelessness in this city and beyond.

This project was made possible through the kind support of the Department of Communities as well as the Community Relations Council of Northern Ireland, and is a collaborative partnership between the Playhouse and the Young Parent's Project in Shepherd's View (part of the First Housing group).

 

Documentary:

No Place Like Home Project 2017

 

Music Videos:

No Place Like Home - The Landlord Rap (Living In a Box)

No Place Like Home - No Place Like Home (Music)

 

Sepcial Brochure PDF:

Brochure

 

 

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