Do Your Own Thing
Feb
16
10:00 am10:00

Do Your Own Thing

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Do Your Own Thing

If you are aged 10-25 and have a learning disability then come along to Do Your Own Thing at the Albany! These are FREE creative sessions which happen once a month on a Saturday afternoon. They offer training in music, dance, radio DJing and digital arts to young people (aged 10-25 years) with learning disabilities who are new to the arts. Young people get the chance to work on exciting projects with a range of professional facilitators, they decide what they want to do and work together to make it happen.

Do Your Own Thing participants also help programme and perform at The Squidz Club, Heart n Soul's arts club night for young people.

WHEN:
Once a month, on a Saturday, at the new time of 12pm-4pm.

WHERE:
The Albany, Douglas Way, Deptford, London, SE8 4AG

TICKETS:
Our Do Your Own Thing sessions are currently full. If you would like to be added to the waiting list, please get in touch with us using the below contact details. If you are 18 or over, why not come down to our taking part project for adults, Allsorts. See more of our events here.

INFORMATION:
For more information, contact the Taking Part Team:
020 8694 1632
takingpart@heartnsoul.co.uk

 
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Allsorts week 2
Feb
14
10:00 am10:00

Allsorts week 2

 

Heart n Soul's Allsorts is a place where you can try new activities, meet new people and have fun. You can take part in a range of different sessions every season in a safe and friendly atmosphere where you decide what to do. Come and get involved in creative sessions for adults (18+) with learning disabilities.

WHEN
Allsorts takes place on Thursday, 10am - 5pm, in seasons of six weeks

DATES:
Thursday 7 February - Thursday 14 March

WHERE:
The Albany, Douglas Way, London, SE8 4AG

TICKETS:
£5 per day for participants, pay-what-you-can for parents and carers. You can book for one day or for all six.

To book tickets in advance contact the Albany box office:

020 8692 4446
www.thealbany.org.uk

There is now a transaction fee when booking your ticket online or over the phone, but remember you can buy them at the Albany box office in person too.

Personal budgets: Allsorts is becoming increasingly popular, so using your personal budget can guarantee you a place. For more information, contact us on 020 8694 1632 or info@heartnsoul.co.uk

We are sorry that we are currently not able to accommodate people that require 2-1 support due to limited capacity.

First time coming to Allsorts?

If you would like to come to Allsorts for the first time, please call Heart n Soul on 020 8694 1632 or email takingpart@heartnsoul.co.uk to reserve your place on one of our Allsorts welcome sessions. Before coming, you will also need to fill out a Starter Form, which you can download from the Downloads box on the right.

Join the conversation online: #Allsorts

 
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Allsorts week 1
Feb
7
10:00 am10:00

Allsorts week 1

 

Heart n Soul's Allsorts is a place where you can try new activities, meet new people and have fun. You can take part in a range of different sessions every season in a safe and friendly atmosphere where you decide what to do. Come and get involved in creative sessions for adults (18+) with learning disabilities.

WHEN
Allsorts takes place on Thursday, 10am - 5pm, in seasons of six weeks

DATES:
Thursday 7 February - Thursday 14 March

WHERE:
The Albany, Douglas Way, London, SE8 4AG
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TICKETS:
£5 per day for participants, pay-what-you-can for parents and carers. You can book for one day or for all six.

To book tickets in advance contact the Albany box office:

020 8692 4446
www.thealbany.org.uk

There is now a transaction fee when booking your ticket online or over the phone, but remember you can buy them at the Albany box office in person too.

Personal budgets: Allsorts is becoming increasingly popular, so using your personal budget can guarantee you a place. For more information, contact us on 020 8694 1632 or info@heartnsoul.co.uk

We are sorry that we are currently not able to accommodate people that require 2-1 support due to limited capacity.

First time coming to Allsorts?

If you would like to come to Allsorts for the first time, please call Heart n Soul on 020 8694 1632 or email takingpart@heartnsoul.co.uk to reserve your place on one of our Allsorts welcome sessions. Before coming, you will also need to fill out a Starter Form, which you can download from the Downloads box on the right.

Join the conversation online: #Allsorts

 
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Do Your Own Thing
Jan
19
11:00 am11:00

Do Your Own Thing

 
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Do Your Own Thing

If you are aged 10-25 and have a learning disability then come along to Do Your Own Thing at the Albany! These are FREE creative sessions which happen once a month on a Saturday afternoon. They offer training in music, dance, radio DJing and digital arts to young people (aged 10-25 years) with learning disabilities who are new to the arts. Young people get the chance to work on exciting projects with a range of professional facilitators, they decide what they want to do and work together to make it happen.

Do Your Own Thing participants also help programme and perform at The Squidz Club, Heart n Soul's arts club night for young people.

WHEN:
Once a month, on a Saturday, at the new time of 12pm-4pm.

WHERE:
The Albany, Douglas Way, Deptford, London, SE8 4AG

TICKETS:
Our Do Your Own Thing sessions are currently full. If you would like to be added to the waiting list, please get in touch with us using the below contact details. If you are 18 or over, why not come down to our taking part project for adults, Allsorts. See more of our events here.

INFORMATION:
For more information, contact the Taking Part Team:

020 8694 1632
takingpart@heartnsoul.co.uk

 
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DO YOUR OWN THING @ TATE MODERN
Nov
24
2:30 pm14:30

DO YOUR OWN THING @ TATE MODERN

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Drop by or take up residence for the afternoon at this pan-disability event for everyone

Tate welcomes three small, expert organisations to share their approach alongside one another as a way of promoting genuinely inclusive practice.

Join artists and young people from Heart n Soul, Octavia Poetry Collective and Corali Dance Company as they test multiple ways of taking up space at Tate. Watch, talk and get involved in activities as you move between floors of the Blavatnik Building to animate the concourse areas. Testing, Testing, Testing invites you to think about the very many ways in which individuals and groups might elect to take up space.

Developed by Tate London Schools and Teachers team and Public Programmes in collaboration with Heart n Soul, Octavia Poetry Collective and Corali Dance Company and generously supported by Daytrippers.

 



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