As the Central Line departs the capital city and heads towards the suburbs it ventures into East London, known for it's grime heritage, olympic status and creative leaders. It is also home to Director, Writer, & Actor, Evie Golding. Having made her debut on national television to an audience of 2.5 million viewers on BBC Breakfast the morning of Sir Captain Tom's funeral, Evie, wrote and performed in the emotive monologue entitled 'We Salute You'. Having garnered over 168,000 on her short film 'Little Man' the East London Native shows absolutely no signs of slowing down as she most recently also appeared alongside England Rugby Star Maro Itoje on his digital divide campaign, helping bridge the gap for fairer opportunities within the home-schooling education system.
Representing social issues through her work. Evie is an advocate for mental health awareness and female empowerment, her emotive art aiming to break boundaries and open up conversation.
"She had a gyspy soul and a warrior spirt, she made no apologies for her wild heart.
She left normal and regular to explore the outskirts of magical and extraordinary"
- michelle rose gilman