A brand new project to give FREE access to music for young people – with funding from Youth Music
Liverpool’s Royal Court has teamed up with three other youth organisations in Liverpool to create a new way for young people to get involved in Music and arts and it is absolutely FREE.
Catalyst Performing Arts, Positive Impact and Capoeira for all, have joined up with Liverpool’s Royal Court to offer a wide range of classes in dance, musical theatre, music production, singing, musical instrument tuition and much more.
The classes are open to young people from the age of 6 to 25 and will take place in venues across the city.
The programme, called Music Access All Areas, begins this summer, starting with some taster sessions this half term (week commencing 31 May) and throughout June.
The Community and Education programme at Liverpool’s Royal Court is built on free to access classes, groups and events for all across the city region. The choir and youth theatre have no fees and no auditions meaning that if anybody wants to take part then they can. They also run free to access Summer Schools for young people and school holiday clubs.