The Thriving Child | 28 June | Royal Opera House, London
Date Created: 29th May 2019
The Thriving Child is the 2019 Annual Conference by Royal Opera House Bridge. Bridge organisations across England are working closely with ROH Bridge to offer a series of simultaneous conference-related events taking place in different parts of the country, Artswork is encouraging attendance from its Bridge area to the main event in LONDON. We have negotiated subsidised ticket prices for a limited number of places (first come first served) and would like you to join us at the end of the conference (3.30pm) for informal networking. We hope you will join us at the Royal Opera House as we explore key questions like what is it like for children and young people to live, play and learn in 2019 in the UK.
The Thriving Child
Royal Opera House Bridge Annual Conference 2019
28 June, 10.00 – 15.30
Linbury Theatre, Royal Opera House
Children and young people can face many challenges in the modern world as they navigate their way through school and home life. Social and economic disadvantage, issues around mental health and wellbeing – discrimination of many kinds may all combine to prevent children from thriving.
In The Thriving Child (Royal Opera House Bridge Annual Conference 2019), we will examine these issues in detail and consider how creativity, arts and culture can help children and young people face up to these challenges.
We’ll ask whether current practices in the education, arts and cultural sectors might need to change to meet the needs and expectations of young people.
Speakers at the conference include: Akala, Baroness Beeban Kidron, Dominic Wyse, Adam Annand, Pat Thomson, Kitty Stewart, Darren Chetty and Sonia Livingstone.
The day will be hosted by journalist and broadcaster, Kirsty Wark.
Tickets are £59 but all South East Bridge partners are able to use code ‘Artsmark19’ and receive a £10 discount. Click here to book tickets
This conference will also be livestreamed from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, to five other venues across the UK to help initiate a national conversation about these vital issues.