Spring performance dates; see our work live
Working towards live performances is an important part of what we do through our work both in prisons and the community; having supporters in the audience means a lot to our participants and produces a real sense of occasion as they share the original music they’ve created with the guidance of our team.
We’d love to see you this Spring! Currently confirmed dates are:
Music in Prisons project performance at HMP Hollesley Bay (IP12 3JW) – Friday 29th March, 2pm
Live music created by men in prison. You will need undertake the prison’s security checks in order to attend, so an RSVP is essential – please contact Jake on firstname.lastname@example.org before 21st March to arrange this
Sounding Out Sharing Event at Guildhall School (EC2V 7HH) – Thursday 4th April, 2pm
Members of our Sounding Out ex-prisoner programme will be collaborating with Guildhall School PACE BA students to create something special in April – join us on 4th to find out what!
Spaces are limited, so please RSVP to email@example.com
Share the joy: to help support this event, please mark yourself as ‘Going’ on the Facebook event page here and share it with your friends!
Making Tracks live performance at Hammersmith Town Hall (W6 9JU) – Thursday 11th April, 3pm
Young people from our Making Tracks programme will present original music created with our team over an intensive project – join us to celebrate their achievements.
Don’t miss out -please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Spread the word: to help support this event, please mark yourself as ‘Going’ on the Facebook event page here and share it with your friends!
More project performances dates will be announced soon; to make sure you never miss the bus, sign up to receive our gig invitations today here!
But wait, there’s more!
We’re delighted that the wonderful Mr Kites Benefits have once again selected Music in Prisons to receive the profits from a gig – this time by legendary American singer-songwriter Tom Russell.
The performance is at The Met, Bury, on Saturday 6th April – tickets are £20, available here.
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