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  • LIFT Top Picks 16/12/16

    16th December 2016

    Amid the festive frolics and the mad rush to get everything done before the end of the year, we’ve found some time to select a few of our favourite social posts from the week. Enjoy…

    Ex-LIFTer and all round amazing human Selma recently started the modelling agency Looks Like Me, inspired by a comment from her daughter. Together with Advertising Consultant Nadya Powell, they’ve launched the #ChristmasSoWhite campaign that aims to celebrate diversity and reflect real life. Read more about the campaign in this Guardian article.

    We love this colourful snap from our Australian pals and circus superstars Circa, that’s quite the meeting location. Circa will be back with us next year for the UK tour of DEPART, coming to a cemetery near you…

    We know we talk about The Hamilton Complex and Chloe Lamford‘s set design a lot, but the show’s been featured in both the Guardian and WhatsOnStage’s ‘top 10’ theatre lists for 2016 and was an absolute hit in the festival so you can’t blame us. This week Chloe’s done an Instagram takeover for Somerset House Studios and featured this pic of the set, describing it as ‘part themepark, part landscape, part dystopia, part coming of age party’.

    We’re really digging the #bfiblackstar series of short Instagram films celebrating the range, versatility and power of black actors by talking about personal icons and idols. The series is part of their Black Star programme of films, podcasts and events – check it out.