The Magic of Rhythms

A project supporting homeless and vulnerably housed people in the London Borough of Newham, using creative arts activities.

The Magic of Rhythms has been designed specifically to help provide homeless and vulnerably housed people in the London Borough of Newham with better chances in life.  The project will enable participants to be active and healthier citizens through volunteering and participation in fun and creative arts activities.

   
   

OUTPUT

  • Creative music-making and gentle movement workshops to facilitate interactions;
  • Oral storytelling workshops for confidence building;
  • National Open College Network (NOCN) accredited training programme;
  • Signposting and information sharing;
  • Community event to raise awareness about homelessness and vulnerable housing.
   
   

Volunteering and participation opportunities:

We are looking to recruit and to help develop the skills of 5 local residents who would like to be an integral part of this exciting project as volunteers.  For further details, please contact us on: info@irokotheatre.org.uk, or by phone on 020 8522 1950.

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