Clean Break will be joining the discussion for the Community Plan for Holloway to help ensure the community is at the heart of the redevelopment of Holloway prison.
The open meeting will be a chance to hear from speakers on news and views on housing, the Women's Building, construction, the environment and the inclusion of the community. Presentations will be given by the campaign's working groups as well as guest speakers Councillor Diarmaid Ward, Executive Member for Housing & Development, and the organisation Islington Homes for All.
Alongside a performance from Power Play, visual art from Erika Flowers, and music from Olcay Bayir, Clean Break Member Ann Whitley will be performing a monologue about the benefits of the arts in secure settings.
The performances, speeches and contributions from the audience will be collected to help further the campaign's understanding of the needs of the local community, so that they can continue lobbying the developer and the council to meet those needs.