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Going Home – Anti Racism

"Our team felt compelled to respond to the underbelly of racism that was revealed following the Euro’s football final in 2021."

For more information about our workshop programme


* Going Home is a play that realistically depicts the racism and discrimination faced by people from racially minoritised backgrounds in the UK today. It is based in the 12 hours leading up to and following the 2021 Euro’s Final.

The accompanying workshop explores how to negotiate and challenge racism and is delivered with a team which includes those who have lived experience of racism as well as an ally of those who experience racism. We have partnered up with Show Racism The Red Card (SRTRC) for some delivery of the workshop.

* Going Home, written by Curtis Cole, directed by Tess Farley.


Raise awareness of racism (including unconscious, everyday and overt)

Prevent risk of racism

Encourage and empower people to challenge racism

Explore community led solutions, responses and prevention tactics

Provide information of where to get support


Interactive theatre workshop

Debate and group discussions

Professional theatre performance

Critical thinking exercises

Personal pledges


Workshops 1.5 hours (flexible dependent on partner and participant needs)

Up to four workshops/performances per day

Ideally between 10 and 60 people per session (flexible dependent on partner needs)

Further pre booking details completed via email correspondence with Odd Arts


Costs depend on:

Additional / specific requirements of partner

Location/travel/accommodation needs

Evaluation depth / requirements

Number of preparatory meetings required

Requests for additional staff

Number of actors

Between £650 to £1,100 per half day and £880 and £1,600 per full day. All costs include lead facilitators, actors and evaluation.



Quotes from Workshops

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We deliver FREE workshops at our base in Moss Side Powerhouse. We welcome and support young carers, and participants with additional needs.

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