Bringing People Together Through Music Making
We love working outdoors and when events season comes round, we can't wait to get out and about.
From small community fairs to large scale events that take over the town centre, we can help connect communities, engaging all ages in simple, effective group drumming circles or junk jamming.
Drumming is a great way to bring people together, young and old alike, to enjoy the feel good group energy we create when we play music together. Whether it's a drop in and out relaxed vibe, or a dedicated time and space for a drum workshop, we'll get everyone working together and having a great time doing it.
You may have seen our drumming workshops at 100 Kites Festival, Newcastle-under-Lyme Spooktacular, Lymelight Festival, Hartshill International, Stoke-on-Trent Pride and many more.
Our environmentally friendly music making project showcases plastic waste re-purposed into colourful percussion and musical instruments, inspiring families to make more of their household waste.
We set up our 'Recycled Sounds Station', an event shelter full of shakers, drums and chimes made from plastic and other materials, engaging passers-by to explore and make music freely. All our instruments are low tech and easy to make with found items, to help inspire families to try their own eco-friendly music making at home.
Our Recycled Sounds Station has most recently set up at Etruria Canals Festival, FoodFest Newcastle, Alsager Community Clean Up, My Community Matters Fund Days and more.
GET IN TOUCH
If you'd like to discuss a workshop for your community event please get in touch here.