Tag: Music

Community Choir

Community Choir with New River Shanty Crew



SoDaDa

SoDaDa
Join Fuse for an inclusive evening of live music, art, dance and wacky and wonderful performances by learning disabled artists. SoDaDa is a place where different types of art and performance are brought together and showcased to new audiences. Fuse is a collaborative project between SLiDE, Club Soda and MOSS that supports and shares the work of learning disabled artists.

7pm-10pm
Friday 13th September 2024
The Rec, Fairfield Halls
Tickets £5 on the door (£2 for carers)



Summer Workshop/Project (Ages 9-11)

This FREE Southwark project is designed to empower children aged 9-11 and assist them in developing crucial life skills, such as personal, social, and health education, to ensure a smooth and successful transition to secondary school.

Our 10-day summer program caters explicitly to Year 6 pupils, providing them with a fun and engaging platform to explore various topics related to acquiring new skills, managing risks, building friendships, and adapting to changes. We utilize the creative arts, including music, dance, drama, and art, to facilitate learning and encourage active participation.

By incorporating these innovative approaches, we aim to equip young individuals with the necessary tools and knowledge to navigate the challenges and opportunities that arise during their transition to mainstream secondary education.



Summer Workshop/Project (Ages 9-11)

This FREE Southwark project is designed to empower children aged 9-11 and assist them in developing crucial life skills, such as personal, social, and health education, to ensure a smooth and successful transition to secondary school.

Our 10-day summer program caters explicitly to Year 6 pupils, providing them with a fun and engaging platform to explore various topics related to acquiring new skills, managing risks, building friendships, and adapting to changes. We utilize the creative arts, including music, dance, drama, and art, to facilitate learning and encourage active participation.

By incorporating these innovative approaches, we aim to equip young individuals with the necessary tools and knowledge to navigate the challenges and opportunities that arise during their transition to mainstream secondary education.



Musical Memories

Jazanne Arts will be touring ‘Musical Memories’ across London this summer. This new show features our popular characters Esme from Jamaica and Elsie who is London born. Throughout the show, audiences are encouraged to interact, dance and singalong as they reminisce with Elsie and Esme. Themes this time include schooldays, friendship, courting and weddings, migration, work, films and moving with lots of songs from the 1940’s – 1970’s.
‘It brough a tear to my eye, a smile to my face and a rhythm to my feet’
Public shows include:
Monday 29th July at Face Front Inclusive Theatre, 52 Market Square, Edmonton, N9 0TZ at 2pm
Thurs 1st August at St. Bartholomew’s Church 292A Barking Road, E6 3BA at 1pm
Thurs 22nd August at Memorial church 387 Barking Road, E13 8AL at 2pm
To Book email: info@jazannearts.co.uk or phone Annie on 077657 14384
Jazanne Arts are touring across London throughout August so contact the above if you want information about other shows that you can visit.


Musical Memories

Jazanne Arts will be touring ‘Musical Memories’ across London this summer. This new show features our popular characters Esme from Jamaica and Elsie who is London born. Throughout the show, audiences are encouraged to interact, dance and singalong as they reminisce with Elsie and Esme. Themes this time include schooldays, friendship, courting and weddings, migration, work, films and moving with lots of songs from the 1940’s – 1970’s.
‘It brough a tear to my eye, a smile to my face and a rhythm to my feet’
Public shows include:
Monday 29th July at Face Front Inclusive Theatre, 52 Market Square, Edmonton, N9 0TZ at 2pm
Thurs 1st August at St. Bartholomew’s Church 292A Barking Road, E6 3BA at 1pm
Thurs 22nd August at Memorial church 387 Barking Road, E13 8AL at 2pm
To Book email: info@jazannearts.co.uk or phone Annie on 077657 14384
Jazanne Arts are touring across London throughout August so contact the above if you want information about other shows that you can visit.


Sign Song

Fresh from her tour with Ed Sheeran, Fletch@ bridges the gap between Deaf and hearing audiences. She signs her way through a hit list that will captivate and delight audiences from all backgrounds in this lively performance.

2.45pm – 3pm

Free

 



The Journey

This joyful parade invites you to embark on a musical journey that celebrates the power of community. Award-winning brass band Perhaps Contraption flood the River Stage with rhythms and harmonies. They will combine an original pop score with physical theatre, signed poetry and mime.

1pm – 1.50pm and 4pm – 5pm

Free

With support from Without Walls.



Musical Memories

Jazanne Arts will be touring ‘Musical Memories’ across London this summer. This new show features our popular characters Esme from Jamaica and Elsie who is London born. Throughout the show, audiences are encouraged to interact, dance and singalong as they reminisce with Elsie and Esme. Themes this time include schooldays, friendship, courting and weddings, migration, work, films and moving with lots of songs from the 1940’s – 1970’s.
“It brough a tear to my eye, a smile to my face and a rhythm to my feet”
Public shows include:
Monday 29th July at Face Front Inclusive Theatre, 52 Market Square, Edmonton, N9 0TZ at 2pm
Thurs 1st August at St. Bartholomew’s Church 292A Barking Road, E6 3BA at 1pm
Thurs 22nd August at Memorial church 387 Barking Road, E13 8AL at 2pm
To Book email: info@jazannearts.co.uk or phone Annie on 077657 14384
Jazanne Arts are touring across London throughout August so contact the above if you want information about other shows that you can visit.


Caroline Parker

Caroline Parker is renowned for her inclusive signed performances. She blends British Sign Language, physical theatre and pop music. In this joyous celebration, she brings your sing-along classics to life like you’ve never experienced before.

River Stage Takeover – Greenwich+Docklands International Festival bring their much-loved mash-up of vibrant, inclusive and disruptive summer fun to River Stage. This celebratory line-up of street theatre, dance, music, and circus will delight audiences of all ages.

8pm – 8.15pm

Free



   

PROJECT AND WEBSITE SUPPORTED BY

Arts Council EnglandFace Front Inclusive Theatre

 
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