Free music club for children launches in Doncaster
Young people aged nine and upwards are invited to join a free music club in Doncaster next month.
The club, called Wednesday Music Club, invites curious young people to try something new and enjoy a wide range of activities, including songwriting and playing a number of different instruments.
It is in conjunction with darts, Doncaster Community Arts.
The aim of darts is to improve life, learning and health in the Doncaster community through accessible creative actvities.
Wednesday Music Club will start at The Point, on South Parade, with taster sessions on Wednesday November 20 and 27, from 4pm – 5.30pm.
The club will then take place at The Point, a friendly place, open to all and offering a safe space to try different, sometimes challenging, and often transformative creative activities
The free music club will take place every Wednesday from January 8 from 4pm – 5.30pm during school term time.
No experience is needed and the children don’t need to know how to play an instrument.
Musician, Dyzelle Sutherland, said: “We can’t wait to meet young people from our local neighbourhoods in central Doncaster and from across the borough.
“Whether you are interested in music tech or just want to meet other young people who love music, everyone is welcome to join this friendly, free and inclusive music club”.
Wendy, a parent who attended a music session at The Point over the summer holidays, said: “As someone whose first language isn’t English, The Point was completely new to me – but I know it’s a great place for my children.
“It’s nice to know they’re doing something fun, and it’s definitely encouraged us to join one of the future workshops here.”
darts was the winner of the national Fantastic for Families Best Family Welcome Award 2019.
It is one of the UK’s most family-friendly and cultural organisations.
It has already put on many accessible events for mental health wellbeing, families, schools and many more through the creative arts.
To find out more about Wednesday Music Club and book your place, visit www.thepoint.org.uk/whats-on.