Performing and Visual Arts and Music
There are lots of creative and therapeutic opportunities available in Southwark and its neighbouring boroughs. There are specialist, inclusive and mainstream services which cover a large number of interests including; dance, drama and various art and craft activities.
There is a relaxed performance of the 5-star production of ' A Christmas Carol ' about to go on sale. The Old Vic Theatre's relaxed performances are made specifically for those with a autism spectrum condition, anxiety disorder or learning disabilities.
Impact Poetry is an educational poetry intervention, enabling students to increase their understanding of English Literature through an interactive, creative and fun format.
Grooveschool is a not for profit organisation that run projects focussed towards nurturing young people's engagement, creativity and invention.
The main activity we provide is DJ and Music Technology workshops for all ages and abilities.
Our overall aim is to make accessible something that may be of interest from which enjoyment and creativity can flow. Working towards something tangible, that ensues enthusiasm, inspiration, inclusion, worth and purpose .
We believe in the capacity of every child to be creative and to grow through their involvement with music.
We aim to create the safe and inspiring space for children to explore, appreciate, play and make music.
We value all talents and children equally, without judging, grading or creating any pressure to compete or to perform.
All of our practitioners are CRB checked professional artists.
We're based in Streatham, South London and we also have facilities in Brixton.
We offer a range of dance classes in 3 locations within the Southwark borough. Our classes all take place after school (with the exception of out twinkly toes class that is mid-afternoon), so it’s a great option for an extra curricula activity..We offer dance classes to children to help encourage confidence fitness and social skills.
Dance is a great way for young people as young as 2, to understand their bodies through movement and use of sound and rhythm to do so.