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Latest News Young Drum 2015!

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Young Drum 2015!

December 1st, 2014 4:23 pm

It has been an awesome few months for Young Drum. From hosting weekly sessions and end of term sharings to delivering summer school activity for Perry Beeches Academies, taking part in Black History Month and Afrovibes and attending a week-long arts and heritage residential at Ingestre Hall in October half-term. It’s been a busy but brilliant time! So why not join us this Spring for some more fun?!

Our weekdays include:

  • Music on Monday Nights (linked to monthly open mic night), 5-6.30pm
  • Spoken Word on Tuesday Nights (linked to open mic night), 6-7.30pm
  • Open Mic Nights on the First Tuesday of the month, at 7.30pm
  • Film & Photography on Thursday Nights, (with monthly film nights and summer 2015 exhibition), 5-6.30pm
  • Film night on 2nd Monday of the month, from 6-8pm

Join us, for Bugsy Malone!

Join Young Drum for our production of Bugsy Malone by Alan Parker. “A world of would-be gangsters, showgirls and dreamers… except there are no adults in the cast, only children…” Alan Parker. Join our 40 strong cast of young people and be entertained by this classic whilst being served drinks and canapés by the Young Drum artistic team. What’s not to love?! The Performances will be, Wed 25th Feb, Thurs 26th Feb, and Fri 27th Feb, at 7pm,  on Sat 28th Feb there will be two showings, a matinee at 2pm and another performance at 7pm.

  • Bugsy Malone Intensive rehearsals: Feb half term, Mon 16th Feb – Fri 20th Feb: 11-4pm.
  • Bugsy Malone Production Week: Sat 21st Feb (get-in) to Sun 1st March (get-out).

Tickets £3 (£2 concession).

Alert! New Work…

TEN

This Spring we are launching a TEN, aimed at 16-25yr olds. This is a youth-led programme allowing emerging artists to develop their own work to be produced and shared at The Drum.

Heritage Ambassadors Programme

We are proud to be partnering with Birmingham Museum Trust, Arts Connect WM, Marches Network and Work in Progress to take part in a Mystery Tour programme providing visits for young people and families to various heritage sites across the Birmingham and West Midlands.

Young Drum programme is open to children and young people aged from 7-25yrs.
Membership is just £30 per term or pay as you go at £3 per week.

For more information including how to apply to be part of these new programmes, please contact The Drum’s Head of Creative Learning by emailing: r.richardson@the-drum.org.uk or ringing directly, on 0121 333 2431.