Workshops

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Restless Dance Theatre offers Links, a dance theatre workshop for 8-14 year olds with and without disability. The Restless Links workshops involve making movement to music and playing games in a safe and creative environment where ideas become dance. No experience is necessary, just the desire to take part. Workshops...

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Central is a dance theatre workshop for 15 – 26 year olds with and without disability. The Restless Central workshops involve creating movement in a safe and fun environment where the participants’ ideas become dance. No experience is necessary, just the desire to take part. Workshops are open to people...

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Have fun exploring, discovering and making art. Gain the skills and confidence necessary to shine as an individual. Since 2007 Tutti has run after school music and movement workshops for children and young people with disability using singing, song-writing and movement to enhance the skills and creative growth of every child.The program is popular...

Lollie Jar Circus offers circus training and performance opportunities to young people, including those with physical or intellectual disabilities or who are socially disadvantaged. We provide a safe and happy place where all young people can enjoy circus fun together, learning from our trainers and from each other. We warm...

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Access2Arts is excited to announce their popular Beats Workshops will resume in 2018. Workshops will run weekly from 4 August at the Fullarton Park Community Centre. Beats Workshops start on 4 August 2018. Lead by its learning disabled participants, the workshops offer the chance to get creative and connect with the world...