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The Write to Rave

by Debris Stevenson

14 August 2022

6.00pm - 7.30pm

2 Funky Music Cafe, 23 New Parks Street, Leicester. LE3 5NH View on Google Maps ›

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The Write to Rave is a grime-poetry and live music performance developed by artist Debris Stevenson.

Based on her passion for rave, dancing and social justice, Debris has created an evening of lively, funny and thought-provoking musical poetry, supported by music producer Gabriel May and Drummer Chloe Rianna. The show is inspired by themes developed in workshops with young people from Runcorn and Widnes as part of the Liberty EU programme.

The Write to Rave also features performances by Liberty Orchestra and Pedestrian’s Press Start musicians.



2 Funky Music Cafe is wheelchair accessible and has accessible toilets and lifts. If you have any concerns over access or need to request some additional provisions to assist you in attending this performance please contact

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R&D supported by
Arts Council England, Hackney Empire, Warwick Arts Centre, Curve Theatre, Serious, ARC Stockton, Wonder Fools, Bernie Grant Centre, Dance4, Liberty UK Festival and Traverse


A series of logos from funders and project partners.

Three female dancers perform on stage, to the left and right they wave their arms in the air. The woman in the centre addresses the audience with a spoken word performance too.

Image: Jessie Morgan

Debris Stevenson is in a recording studio. She is recording lyrics into a microphone and looks like she is in the middle of rapping.

Image: Jessie Morgan

Debris Stevenson is standing outside a recording studio. She appears to be mid-movement in a dance with her arms suspended in the air. She is wearing a purple jumper and purple dungarees.

Image: Jessie Morgan