Fisherrow Centre, Musselburgh
Thursdays 7 – 9pm 21st May- 18th June
No musical experience needed!
A creative new music project has been launched by Changes Community Health Project and national arts organisation Superact as part of the ‘Our Big Gig EXTRA’ project, supporting sustainable community musicmaking across five areas of the UK.
Changes and Superact will offer 6 free singing and story workshops for adults in East Lothian aged 16, with the emphasis on them being
– fun and accessible
– bringing local people together in a creative project to find out about local fishing and coastal heritage through song, story, and music.
Sea Changes workshops are open to everyone and are free but ticketed. A great opportunity to come together to learn some easy and catchy songs, share and enjoy stories of life, love, emigration, the land, the sea, disasters, work, and play, led by well known singer and artist Eileen Penman and Martine Robertson. No experience of singing is needed – just enthusiasm and willingness to give it a go! The emphasis will be on fun, relaxation, and enjoyment!
To book your place go to CHANGES website: www.changeschp.org.uk and click on BOOK ONLINE button. Then click on listing for Sea Changes workshops.