Reimagining Goldfinger


Young People, Creativity, and the Arts

It was the late 90s, and Saturdays were my favourite day. I would wake up, watch Live and Kicking or SM TV Live, and look forward to my music class. It was a free workshop, run by Islington Music Centre, featuring singing in a choir, along with percussion or recorder sessions for those to who wanted to go to those too. ... More

Aged 13-25? Want to perform, design or produce a show? Sign up now!!!

It's been a truly fascinating and exciting journey on the Reimagining Goldfinger project so far and we are now in the middle of our final block of workshops which will see young participants create a tour performance of the Cheltenham estate. In doing so, participants will work alongside industry professionals and learn to ... More

Reimagining Goldfinger Ambassadors

My name is Moniqué Louise Morgan and I was chosen to be a project ambassador. I was extremely shocked but honoured to be chosen because I sometimes get quite nervous in some situations and I am hoping upon taking my new role, I gain confidence. I would like to make it big one day as an actress and during this project ... More

RG consulation sessions

      Hello, We hope you're doing well. We've been busy preparing for the start of Reimagining Goldfinger and have some great updates for you on what we've been up to so far. On the 10th and 24th of July 2016 we held our first youth and resident's consultation sessions for Reimagining ... More

An exciting journey begins!

  Yes exciting indeed! Youth led projects focusing on the distinguished history of Cheltenham Estate (comprises Trellick Tower and Edenham Way)  designed by Goldfinger himself. No not the James Bond movie with the all too famous line "A martini. Shaken, not stirred". It's no secret that estates have a ... More

Reimagining Goldfinger Introduction

Exploring the vision behind Trellick Tower’s iconic estate Goldfinger’s vision, which celebrates its 50th birthday this year, has come to symbolise Brutalism. Commissioned by London County Council, the estate replaced the sub-standard late 19th century housing and embodies the best ideas at the time for low cost ... More