Street art creates a Tempest on the Salisbury’s streets

As part of preparations for a large-scale production of The Tempest, Wiltshire Creative have been hosting graffiti workshops with young people in Salisbury.

Graffiti artist Kezia Hoffman is spending three weekends at The Friary teaching local residents how to create street art using eco-friendly spray paints.

The participants are using their newly acquired skills to graffiti a large skate ramp that will be used in the production at Churchill Gardens.

The project was devised by Friary resident and community associate on The Tempest, Aidan Lewis.

Aidan has been working with Wiltshire Creative since autumn 2022 to ensure the community is truly at the heart of the production of The Tempest.

Other projects taking place include an MC project creating music for the performance and community set making workshops.

The Tempest runs from Wednesday, 24th May to Sunday, 4th June.

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