You can enjoy dance, singing, stage design and film sessions and play your part in Chickenshed’s Lost Records project.

The renowned Chickenshed Theatre will be running another summer arts programme at Bromley by Bow Centre from June 27th – June 30.

Called The Lost Records project, it explores how music moves us, captures memories that tingle the senses and take us to places we had forgotten.  What does our music say about who we are and how we have lived our lives?

Everyone is welcome and no previous experience is required.  You can take part in some or all of the sessions.

The programme will enable participants to express themselves, learn, have fun and connect with others.  You can bring a picnic or enjoy lunch at our social enterprise café before the workshop and if the weather is nice, make the most of our gardens and green space.

  1. Watch the film we produced with Chickenshed at last year’s summer programme
  2. You can register for this summer’s group by completing this simple form.  Spaces are limited – book now
  3. You can download a leaflet here
  4. For more information, please email or call 07908 659669

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