Arts in Parliament

Westminster Hall "Somewhereto_": Behind the scenes

Here's the behind the scenes footage of the four young street dancers who were recently given somewhereto_ dance at Westminster Hall, the oldest remaining part of the Palace of Westminster.

Unlocked for them to use by the key-holders within the Houses of Parliament, in partnership with somewhereto_  an ident was created for ‚ÄĚChannel 4's Street Summer season celebrating the contemporary urban arts scene, shining a light on street dance, urban sport, rap/spoken word, hip hop and street art.

Somewhereto_ is delivered by youth engagement agency Livity in media partnership with Channel 4. The project is funded by Legacy Trust UK, an independent charity set up to help build a lasting cultural and sporting legacy from the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games across the UK. 

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