Transforming Lives

Creative way of raising awareness of the potential in people with disabilities.

PAVEMENT2CATWALK CIC

A social enterprise founded by
Donald Waugh

Inspiring disadvantaged communities through Fashion, Art, Film, Photography and Theatre.

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The Founding Idea

Pavement2Catwalk (P2C) aims to realise the ability in disability through the universal language of creativity. A social enterprise, P2C see’s the community taking back control of fashion and design.

P2C recognises disability in four distinct areas – homelessness, addiction, disability and mental health. Uniquely P2C acknowledges that those with these conditions rarely live with one of these challenges alone and explores together and their relationship with each other.

P2C is a way of life, a network, enabling an un-tapped workforce to share their creations through events, fashion profiling and the sale of art from every day people translated into desirable design objects for all walks of society.

P2C Values

Purpose – Creativity – Compassion – Integrity – Rehabilitation – Pride – Collaboration

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Donald Waugh

Founded by Donald Waugh, P2C is his brain-child. After rising to stardom as one of the original cast members of Bugsy Malone, Grange Hill and Cats, with over 25 year’s experience, Donald’s passion lies firmly in acting and supporting the arts. Having experienced both sides of success in an industry he loves, Donald’s spent some time volunteering with Crisis, where he got the inspiration to harness creativity to help with rehabilitation.

Whilst working with the homeless over the past 8 year’s, Donald’s greatest reward has been his continued involvement with the arts world from a charity capacity and the potential of combining these two forces. Some of his proudest achievements include being a co-founder of ‘The English club’ and voted ‘Volunteer of the Year 2008’.

Organisations

Below are some of the organisations P2C has been involved with. I am truly grateful for their continued support in helping P2C achieve it’s potential. Gratitude as always.

Testimonial

“I am amazed at the support I’ve been given so far. People from all backgrounds coming together and working together. It’s truly amazing and I’m so proud.” – Donald Waugh

I have known Donald for 4–5 years. For someone who has gone through so much, and still takes the time to care for others. It’s about real people with disabilities giving them a chance to shine and show the world we are all one.

NORMA CHRISTIAN
ACTOR | SINGER

I met Donald in 2018 and he asked me if I would like to take part in a play called SOZO. Pavement2Catwalk has helped me to grow and gain confidence and I now feel I have a future. I am so grateful to Donald and the rest of the P2C company.

ELENI STEPHANI
ActoR

Was an amazing performance. Got so in tune with my character I cried, laughed, sang and danced. Audience got up on stage crying and laughing. Blessed with an amazing cast and working with an outstanding director Donald Waugh.

REBECCA NASH
TEACHEr | actor | SINGER

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ORGANISATIONS

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THEATRE PLAYS

Our Team

Please see below my awesome team who work so hard and I’m so proud of all of them.

Donald Waugh

Rebecca Nash

Felecia Powell

Norma Christian

Lisa White

Femi Taylor

Trudy Potter

Perry Mac

Charlotte Sharland

Eleni Stephani

Michael Chiola

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Workshops

A few things P2C are great at. Inspiring disadvantaged communities.

Working in the community

Watch the amazing Perry Mac

Working within the community to inspire disadvantaged communities through Fashion, Art, Film, Photography and Theatre. This brings people together who work as a team to create art.


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Performing on the stage

Watch the SOZO trailer

Creativity is a great way to express yourself. There are no mistakes in creativity and people can explore and create whatever they feel within the moment. So why not perform on stage and shine.


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Fashion & Art using a mannequin

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Taking designs created using a mannequin. I then print these designs onto fabric and create garments to be worn and showcase at a Fashion Show taking people from the pavement to the catwalk.


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Latest News

Please see below my most recent Blog posts. If you’re interested in visiting my blog please click link below.

Forest Hill Fashion Report

Pavement2Catwalk graced Forest Hill Fashion Week this year with a spectacular vibrant and alternative take on London Fashion Week. This is the third year that Pavement2Catwalk has contributed to what[…]

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September 2, 2018 0

National Homeless Day

Today was national homelessness day. This piece is called “Homelessness is not Hopelessness”.  It  was created using black bin-liners and white carrier bags and polystyrene cups. Please remember those less fortunate[…]

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Gulbenkian

SOZO a play exploring Homelessness, Addiction, Disability, Mental Health and Gender. We performed at Gulbenkian Theatre and it was awesome. This production was really difficult but with all the hurdles we as a company[…]

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RECYCLED SHOES

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RECYCLED CANS

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WAIST NOT WANT NOT

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BLACK HISTORY

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RECYCLED PAPER

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RECYCLED MATERIALS

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RECYCLED FLOWERS

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THE CRYING ANGEL

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RECYCLED FABRICS

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RECYCLED FLOWERS

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BEHIND CLOSED DOORS

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LEAF ME ALONE

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RECYCLED FLOWERS

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FEMI MODELLING

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SILVER THREAD GROUP

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HAPPY CLIENTS

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DISABILITY GROUP

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MODEL WITH DESIGN

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AMAZING REFUGEE

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RECOVERY WORKSHOP

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REHAB CREATION

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REHAB GROUP

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P2C Artwork

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Please get in touch to discuss future projects. I am always looking for a challenge.

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