Chime is for learning-disabled young people aged 14 - 25.
We hold taster sessions, regular weekly training and skills-focused holiday programmes.
When and where?
- Regular weekly training takes place on Tuesdays in term-time from 4.30pm - 6.30pm
- The next holiday programme is during February half term - Monday 15 and Tuesday 16 February 2021
- All sessions take place at Theatre Royal Wakefield in The Walker Studio which is fully accessible. To learn more about our accessibility feature, visit our accessibility information page.
What can I expect?
- Musical skill-building activities, led by professional artists and musicians
- A light-hearted, sociable environment
- You will be learning popular songs, developing percussion skills, making up new music, practising instruments and singing
- You will get the chance to work towards Arts Award Discover and Explore
- A chance to meet new people, practise skills and have some structured fun
- A support worker will be in session but if you need one to one support, you can attend with your support worker
Who is it for?
• An accessible programme for learning disabled young people aged 14 - 25
• No previous experience necessary
• Must be interested in music making and theatre or performance
Interested in Chime?
For more information or to book for the regular weekly training or February half term holiday programme, contact our
Chime Project Manager, Maria.
Chime is generously supported by the Youth Music Fund.