We’re being recognized as the Mayor’s Featured Community Organization and we hope you can all make it down to Council Chambers to help us celebrate!Wear your SoHo T-shirts, bring a Shop SoHo bag, and show your pride!
There will be a reception at 300 South Street that evening at 7:00pm. There will be cake, coffee, tea and juice.
Hope to see you there!
Please come to an interactive art event, featuring dance, soundscape, storytelling, circus and visual arts.
This piece is instigated by SoHo artists Kevin O’Connor, Ruth Douthwright and Billy Jack Douthwright and invited guest artists.
Collectively these artists have performed and choreographed work in North America, United Kingdom, France, Berlin, Belgium, Italy and Brazil. They they bring their skills to their own backyard.
re-storying: drifting with the river
Saturday October 19th at 6:00 p.m. sharp
featuring performance artists:
ruth douthwright, billy douthwright, kevin o’connor & invited guest artists
calling all to engage:collaborating – performing – witnessing
How does a performance event serve as a critical intervention examining our relationship to this place?
how do we re-story settler-indigenous her/history?
how do we open to this encounter?
tickets: suggested donation $20 (no one turned away)
location: goodwill 255 Horton Street East, London Ontario
note: come dressed for an optional short outdoor walk as part of the event
The roundhouse/old Great West Beef building on Horton street finally has a tenant. Just last week, rtraction (a leading local web design firm) and ATMOS marketing announced that they will be restoring this historic building and relocating their offices there.
SoHo is excited to welcome these two companies to the neighbourhood, this will certainly give the area a boost and help to further rejuvenate Horton st.
You can follow the project at http://londonroundhouse.com/