Music making sessions and music group sessions for young people aged 11-16 every Saturday during term-time in Gloucester, Cinderford and Tetbury. Run by The Music Works.
Tom had been referred to us by a local service for people with mental health problems. He was suffering from anger problems, was often violent, and had very few friends. He had lost interest in life and was a loner, spending his time gaming on his computer and listening to old-school hip-hop.
If you’re aged 12-16 and love music – whether you make/play music or not – you can learn how to make and record rock, pop and urban music, jam with others, and learn the skills needed to be a musician, at Audio-Base Saturday morning music sessions – which return on Saturday 14 January. Music group sessions take place from 11am-1pm at Cinderford SoundSpace Studio (in the grounds of Forest High School), and Sir William Romney’s School, Tetbury, and cost from just £5 if you pay up-front for the term (£6 pay-as-you go, £3 concessions).