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700 children from across Chester and Cheshire bring specially made lanterns to the gardens of Chester Cathedral where the screening took place (Image: Mark Carline)
More than 2,000 people gathered outside the Cathedral to watch the premiere of Walk My Journey on a momentous evening which saw Chester being honoured with the title of City of Sanctuary.
The dark days are over, they’re gone forever.
We live in the city, we’re better together.
Outside there is violence, fear and crime.
That’s why I stay here, this city is mine.'
Theatre in the Quarter presents a ground-breaking piece of work telling the stories of displaced people from across the world through the eyes of 6 refugees and over 700 local children
On Thursday 29th November, the streets of Chester and the Cathedral garden will be transformed into a performance space for over 700 local children. This ambitious project- Walk My Journey is a combination of a short documentary and live musical street performance involving 25 local primary schools and four teenagers from across Chester and Cheshire West.
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