Fortune provides a safe and enjoyable space for 17-23 yr olds from across the world, many who arrived recently from very difficult situations, to (re)discover their creative impulses, gain their self-confidence and their freedom of ideas and communicate them to a wider audience.
As they grow they reach a stage where they can confidently create and deliver performances to the general public and mentor new members who join the group.
Projects have led to performances in many unusual places, including ‘Asylum Road’, a portrayal of the history of asylum played within the confines of a shipping container, the production of 'The Colour of Love' in the crypt of a church and the walk-through food-preparing and storytelling event 'Taste of Memory' (check its blog here www.bustdataste.blogspot.com).
They have also created a much-screened series of short films ‘Journey to Make’ which grew from a performance in Kings Cross Station.
The Fortune group is co-directed by Pan artists John Martin and Melanie Anouf, with support from other artists, volunteers and placements.
Want to get involved and become a Fortune member?
Call us on 020 7833 2111 or email email@example.com and we will get in touch and tell you more about when and where we meet and what we will be doing.
It's fun. We guarantee you a good time. Travel is paid and we all eat together at the end of sessions. Click here for information about our new exciting project Dining Out