From Where I’m Standing
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From Where I’m Standing

Until August 18th 2021, Theatre Peckham is hosting the Empathy Museum’s exhibition From Where I’m Standing – ‘a unique portrait of life during the pandemic’.

I interviewed Kathleen and Robana, both NHS workers, about what life has been like on the frontline in 2020.

Here’s Kathleen’s story (recorded remotely in lockdown) – covering why she came to the UK from the Philippines, working on the Covid ward, and why she loves to sing Dolly Parton with her patients.

Check out the rest of the stories online here