Reimagine your street as you’ve never seen it before.

Do you live in Luton or Lordswood in Chatham, or Milton Regis in Sittingbourne?

Have you got a creative idea that could improve people’s lives in your area?


Positivity Parade! at Chatham Carnival. Credit: Kevin Grist
The Litter Show Live! at Invicta Social Club. Credit: Daniel MacPherson
The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Loop Dance Company at Lordswood Library. Credit: Tyler Austin

An example of this could be:

  • Outdoor cinema in the park
  • Light projection on the church
  • Live music in the garden
  • Animation about your family
  • Sound trail around the shops
  • Storytelling in the salon
  • Something else?

We’re working on Invigorate! a brand new project that will give you the power to create arts events in your neighbourhood. 


Get involved

We’re starting off with a big conversation. We want to hear your ideas.

If you live or work in any of the neighbourhoods above, come along to one of our free events or take part in an activity. Please invite your family and friends too.

2024 events
  • Luton – Luton Lights – 3 February 2024
  • Luton – The Litter Show Live! – 6 April 2024
  • Lordswood – New event coming in Summer 2024
  • Milton Regis – New event coming in Summer 2024
2023 events
  • Lordswood – The Unbearable Lightness of Being
  • Luton – Sensory Lunch
  • Luton – Outdoor Creativity!
  • Luton – Positivity Parade!
  • Luton – Highways of Dreams

Sensory Lunch at Invicta Social Club. Credit: Kevin Grist

Outdoor Creativity! at Luton Primary School. Credit: Tracy Brunt

What we want to find out

When you come to one of our events, tell us:

  • How you think creativity might help you or others in your street?
  • What you want to see happen?
  • If there is a creative activity you would like to try out or a creative skills you would like to learn?
  • If there is a social issue, such as the cost of living, that you want to express through creativity?

If you need help to take part or if you’re a local organisation that wants to get involved, please email Kevin Grist,