We’d love for you to join us to help celebrate the musical achievements of young people in Lambeth next month. As part of Making Tracks, our exciting programme of work in the community in partnership with The Prince’s Trust Fairbridge Programme, Kennington Centre, you are invited to join us to enjoy original music written and performed by NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training) local young people.
It means a huge amount to the young people to have a good-sized audience to perform to – and they always do us proud by putting on a fantastic show of their new music. You can read a write-up from the last Making Tracks gig (described by audience as ‘powerful and moving’) here.
So, please do join us at St Marks on Thursday 18th June at 7pm (visiting info below).
Over just 4 days, led by The Irene Taylor Trust’s project team, the young people taking part will learn how to play instruments, form a band and write their own original songs. The group will also be supported by a musician from our ex-prisoner programme Sounding Out. After taking part in the 5-day intensive project, the young people will be given the opportunity to hone their new-found skills in twice-weekly follow-on sessions. Suitable progression routes and further development opportunities for the individual young people will be identified.
The project venue has been kindly provided by St Mark’s.
If you would like to attend, please email: email@example.com
There is no charge for tickets, but you are welcome to support us by making a donation – details here.
Making Tracks is kindly supported by:
VISITING INFORMATION FOR ST MARK’S
Take one of the following buses to the ‘Kennington Church’ stop:
Camberwell/Vauxhall/Victoria: 36, 185, 436
Brixton: 3, 59, 133, 159, 333
Elephant: 155, 133, 333
Waterloo: 59, 159
Take the Northern Line to Oval. St Mark’s is directly opposite when you come out of the tube station.
You can also go to Vauxhall (Waterloo mainline and Victoria line) if you don’t mind a 10 minute walk!