Welcome to Art of Regeneration
This ongoing social regeneration programme was started in 2001 by Jenny Harris
, innovative Director of the Albany theatre and community centre in Deptford, southeast London and at the time of creating AOR Director of Education at the National Theatre, London; and Chrissie Tiller
, facilitator, arts consultant and cultural strategist.
of the initial Art of Regeneration
project is available to read online or download here.
(pdf) The Art of Regeneration project started at the Albany in Deptford. Other related projects and resources created by Art of Regeneration with students and partners at the Albany and in Lewisham and Greenwich can also be accessed from this page:
Run in collaboration between the National Theatre's Art of Regeneration and the Albany Deptford, Deptford Stories explores the rich and varied history of the Albany and its communities.It is based on 'The Deptford Ark'
, a short history of the Albany, by John Turner.
To read or download The Deptford Ark
click here for pdf.
A learning resource centred around the abolition of the slave trade seen from a South East London perspective.This programme formed part of the bicentennial commemoration and was a local history study working with schools, Lewisham Further Education College, a Community Theatre Company and The National Maritime Museum. Blood Sugar
was staged at the Queen's House Greenwich and was researched, written and directed by John Turner. Emancipation of the Dispossessed can be accessed above.