Yoni Lappin – A Sense of Place – Urban Britain Global Talent

I came across Yoni Lappin through the Mura Masa video ‘Move Me’ which moves me and makes me want to move… below

Move Me conveys a strong sense of place, urban Britain at it’s best. There is a great feeling of performers coming from a whole number of different backgrounds, professionals and amateurs, and that performance is a day to day occurrence for the people involved. This connects a place and performance nicely and introduces people and artists for whom every day is art and theatre, which is why Britain (as with other mixed cultural places) produces such talent and innovation in the arts. Then looking at other video’s it’s clear that this mix is not just British. The world is a mix of people. The world is full of talent.

Vimeo labels this as MATURE, like cheddar I guess..

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Chris Reed

Group Worker Art Maker

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