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Clean Break take part in PROCESSIONS

On Sunday 10 June we took to the streets of London to take part in PROCESSIONS, a celebratory mass participation artwork commissioned by 14-18 NOW, the UK’s arts programme for the First World War centenary and produced by Artichoke.

We joined 100 women’s organisations and communities who created banners to celebrate the centenary. We were lucky enough to work with the amazing Miriam Nabarro who worked with our members to create our amazing banner.

Our members worked with the London College of Fashion to create costume and makeup designs that reflected the sentiment of our banner and would make a stunning statement on the day.

We were also lucky enough to team up with the phenomenal Annie-Lunnette Deakin-Foster, who helped our members to choreograph movement and create chants that would capture the mood of the day in true Clean Break style.

We had a brilliant day, one filled with unity, solidarity and most importantly fun and laughter.

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