Otesha Project bring theatre to Stroud

Posted on 30. Aug, 2012 by in Arts, Charity, Environment & Nature, Featured, Health, News

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A colourful convoy of young cycling superheroes from the youth-led charity, the Otesha Project, visited Stroud on Monday 20th August. The team of volunteers are pedalling across the South West, delivering a high energy play, followed by creative hands-on workshops that deal with issues of sustainability and equality, exploring things like the glory of green grub, low carbon travel and fairtrade products. This film by Philip Booth shows some of the play and talks to the volunteers.

The event was organised in association with Transition Stroud in the garden of the Market Tavern in Stroud.

See more at: http://www.otesha.org.uk/about-us

About Philip

Director and Co-Founder of Stroud Community TV

One Response to “Otesha Project bring theatre to Stroud”

  1. Tina

    06. Sep, 2012

    Great film! Much enjoyed the whole show! Well done The Otesha Team.

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