Have you’ve heard about the ‘Changing Faces’ event on Saturday 13th April?

Would you like to find out more about the musical side of the afternoon?

Come along and hear musicians Rekesh (Harmonium), Laura (Violin), Sam (Guitar) and Becky (Trombone) getting the music ready together and learn about the creative process.

If you’ve got any questions about taking part in Saturday’s event, you can ask at the end of the session on Tuesday. It’s free to sit-in, all we ask is you turn off your phones and don’t talk while the band are rehearsing.

The rehearsal kicks off at 5:00pm for 1 hour at Harborne Baptist Church. Our volunteers will be there to help you so please come along and get involved.

Any enquiries please contact us by email

If you can’t make the rehearsal don’t worry there will be plenty of opportunity to get involved on Saturday, just remember to bring your instrument if you have one. There will be a limited selection of percussion and drums available for those who don’t.

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