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Folk Unlimited -Creative, inclusive, multi-sensory band sessions for disabled young people

03
Feb
2PM to 4PM
Cecil Sharpe House, 2 Regent's Park Road. View map

What is Folk Unlimited?
Creative, inclusive, multi-sensory band sessions for disabled young people led by folk artists Emmie Ward and Joe Danks.

Who is it for?
For disabled 12 – 24 year olds, their friends and carers. Open to all abilities and levels of experience.

At Folk Unlimited you can:

Learn to play, sing and arrange songs and tunes from Britain and across the globe
Learn and explore new instruments and accessible technology
Learn new skills with fantastic tutors
Make new friends

If you want to, you can also:

Perform at events
Work towards an Arts Award

You do not need any experience of playing an instrument or folk music to take part in Folk Unlimited. Love music? We want you to join us!

Carers are welcome to join in too, or can wait in our lovely café just outside the rehearsal space.

Event details

Basic Details

Age of Users
From 12 To 24

Organiser and Contact Details

Organiser
English Folk Dance and Song Society

Costs

Costs

Term fee: £20 | £16 concessions per term (advance booking required)

Contact us if you need help with transport or fees at education@efdss.org 020 7241 8953.

Event Repeats

Repeats
There are currently no upcoming scheduled repeats

Venue and Accessibility

Opening Times

Days and times of activity / opening

Accessibility

Accessible building
Yes
Accessible toilets
Yes
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