Estate Voices


This free cross generational programme for people of all ages aims to amplify the voices of individuals living on estates. We offer residents of social housing across London the chance to learn advocacy skills and connect with others also pushing for positive social change. In the past we’ve run workshops on combatting climate change, understanding the law and discrimination, open dialogue strategies for mental health in the community, drama to perform (expressing personal experiences through theatre), “Bars for Scars” protest poetry, smartphone filmmaking and community entrepreneurship. As with all of SPID Theatre’s core programmes, the project is fully funded and free to attend.

Estate Voices: Spring Season 2024

Photo from Eeshita Azad

The Kensal House Podcast

(Launching soon... watch this space!)

The Kensal House Podcast is a SPID Theatre project, run in partnership with the residents of Kensal House which aims to put the spotlight on inspirational people and organisations in Kensington & Chelsea and more widely across London.

After recording test episodes at the end of 2023, the project is being rebranded to The Kensal House Podcast to coincide with the scheduled completed refurbishment of Kensal House's Community Rooms and the imminent return of SPID Theatre to the space.

Padcaster Bio: Kristian Lalaj

Kristian Lalaj is 25 years old Podcaster and University student who has lived in Kensal House his whole life. Currently at the moment he is studying Business Information and Data Analytics at Middlesex University for 3 years which it is his last year. Kris has been in SPID since 2005 when his sister did the skit called HAPPY SLAP. What made him join SPID is having fun and meeting new people and being confident in himself, He created KJ Podcast with his mentor Kai Gama.

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