Throwback to when we performed at the Victoria and Albert Museum as part of their phenomenally curated #RefugeeWeek2017!
We realised that while we created a STORM of social media that covered this event when it happened back in June, we hadn't managed to post about it on the website. So, in an effort to save this for posterity (and to pique anyone's interest should you like to host us to put on another such event), check out the advert we sent out way back when:
Come enjoy performances and workshops lead by Play for Progress as part of the V&A's Refugee Week; a UK-wide programme of arts, cultural and educational events and activities that celebrates the contribution of refugees to the UK and promotes better understanding of why people seek sanctuary.
Join in a workshop led by unaccompanied child refugees and asylum seekers working with Play for Progress, a London-based charity that delivers therapeutic and educational music programmes for children impacted by conflict. Explore your own possibilities in music, work with the team, and meet some of PFP's outsanding students to better understand the nature of connection through music. Open to all - no previous music training necessary!
Clore Study Area
Free, booking essential
Come to the Globe space to hear works written by Play for Progress tutors and arranged specifically for their pupils, unaccompanied child refugees and asylum seekers, that feature the multi-cultural nature of the PFP family.
The Globe Space
Free, just drop in!
The founders, Anna and Alyson