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    Weʼve raised £750 to Add to our Arts Council Grant for The Bat out of Hackney project 2019 Fledermaus with Grime

    London Borough of Hackney, London, UK
    Funded on Wednesday, 30th January 2019

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    We are currently running phase 1 of a very Hackney production of Strauss’s die Fledermaus - one of the most joyous, entertaining, infectious operas in history. We have Hackney Empire Community Choir, Hackney Youth Choir, African drummers and dancers from Hackney Schools, a rapper rapping the role of Orlovsky and 6 pro Opera singers. Prince Rapid has made us a grime track with Fledermaus references and the project is really exciting, even at this phase 1 stage. Our aim is that in the future, this will be presented as Bat Out Of Hackney, at the Hackney Empire main theatre, and will be created with local schools, community chorus, grime artists and professional opera singers and music theatre artists alike. We are so excited about the idea of this production and now that we have secured the venue, the artists, school participants, and Art's Council funding for Phase 1, we are looking for a few more financial supporters to get to the finishing line of making this possible. This is an accessible opera that will engage lots of Hackney children, artists and families. We need to secure this sum to add to the Arts Council England grant we have been accepted for to ensure Bat Out of Hackney delivers all that we want it to. Like the story it tells, this opera will be a large-scale, celebratory community event. We would so love for you to be a part of that.

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    • Emma Dogliani3 months ago
      Emma Dogliani

      Emma Dogliani

      3 months ago

      Hi everyone who so kindly donated to Bat out of Hackney Phase 1. If you would like to see what we did with your money please have a quick watch of the following 10 minute documentary. It went brilliantly and we are in the process of planning how to take things forward to Phase 2. Here is the link to the video... https://youtu.be/3hAP59t9Hsw

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    Supporters

    8

    • Katie Hanson

      Katie Hanson

      Jan 21, 2019

      £10.00

    • Steve Farber

      Steve Farber

      Aug 5, 2018

      Best of luck with this Em x

      £50.00

    • Emma Balfour

      Emma Balfour

      Apr 23, 2018

      Sounds like a fantastic project. Emma and Andrew

      £500.00

    • Carrie Armstrong

      Carrie Armstrong

      Apr 18, 2018

      Good luck with this exciting project x

      £100.00

    • Olivia Kilmartin

      Olivia Kilmartin

      Apr 17, 2018

      Looking forward to this! We need more music in Hackney!

      £50.00

    • Cheyney Kent

      Cheyney Kent

      Apr 17, 2018

      Good luck!

      £10.00

    • Millie Addington

      Millie Addington

      Apr 15, 2018

      All in a good cause. Good luck.

      £20.00

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    Emma Dogliani

    Emma Dogliani

    London Borough of Hackney, London, UK

    ELMO present Bat out of Hackney, a very Hackney, community production based around Die Fledermaus featuring local schools, community choirs, grime artists, professional opera singers and music theatre artists. This is taking place over the next 2 weeks in Hackney Empire 2

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