Young musicians affected by homelessness to showcase their talents

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Young musicians affected by homelessness to showcase their talents

Young musicians in the capital who have been affected by homelessness, will be given a platform to showcase their talents this summer.

A new festival dedicated to performers who have either grown up in care, or with no permanent home, will take over Stoke Newington Old Church next month. 

The event, called Agitate Music has been set up by Mark Pollock and he joined James Dickman, along with the rapper Brandon Richard, who has experience of homelessness, to explain more. 

Tickets are still available for the show on the 8th of August at Stoke Newington Old Church

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