Tickets are now available for the SEAMS performance that will take place in the Keele University Chapel at 6.15pm on Monday 11 June, during the Social History Society’s annual conference.
SEAMS is a collaboration between Restoke and Keele University, building on the legacies of coal mining within walking distance of the University. From the starting point of original writing by Keele academics and local people in response to the local mining industry and the Aberfan disaster, Restoke will bring together a cast of professional & non-professional performers to create movement and music to accompany these stories and poems. SEAMS will be an immersive and moving performance paying homage to the heritage, joy, loss and memories associated with the mining industry.
All are welcome, but a number of tickets have been reserved for conference delegates. So please select the correct ticket type to ensure delegates are able to attend. A small discount is available for postgraduate and early career researchers.
You can find out more about Restoke at their website: https://www.restoke.org.uk/