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Opportunity to perform and gain an Arts Award

Some of the best emerging musicians will be leading our free Summer camp on 31 July to 11 August 2017. They will be collaborating with a qualified dancer to create a special music and dance performances that you can be part of, you will also work towards an Arts Award (Discover, Explore, Bronze or Silver) that will enhance your CV for future employers.

We want to help you! You can join us for two weeks starting 31 July, from 10-4pm, Mon-Fri, and develop skills to perform or dance at the final outdoor community performances on 12th and 13th August.

Come and join us at our workshops and get involved now.

Haven Community Project, 52 Rilstone Road, B32 2NR 10-12pm, Saturday 8 & 15 July

Quinborne Community Centre, Ridgacre Rd, Birmingham, B32 1AP, 12:30 to 2:30pm, Saturday 8 July

Wood gate Valley Country Park, Clapgate Ln, Birmingham B32 3DS, 1-3pm, Saturday 15 July

St Francis Community Church Hall, Glenside, Woodgate Valley, Birmingham B32 3RU, 6-7pm, Monday 17 & 24 July

Welsh House Farm Community School, 81 Welsh House Farm Rd, Birmingham B32 2NG, 10-12pm, Saturday 29 July

Quinborne Community Centre, Ridgacre Rd, Birmingham, B32 1AP, 10-12pm, Saturday 29 July

Contact us now!


Phone: 07815740666


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