Hub Jams

Age range: 11 - 18 | Price: £7 per session | Project by: B Sharp
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About Project

Hub Jams are weekly informal music and jamming sessions for instrumentalists, vocalists, and technicians age 11-18 (Year 7 up) held at The Hub in Lyme Regis.

You don’t need to be a musician already, come along and develop your skills in song writing, singing, instruments, performance or production. Our friendly and professional music leaders will support you to develop your music, whatever music you like.

If you are interested in performing, there will be opportunities throughout the year.

All musical tastes and abilities are welcome, so why not come along?
We’d love to see you.

Join us every Tuesday evening during term-time.

B Sharp has concessions and subsidised places available. We want to include all young people who want to make music, whatever their financial circumstances. Please email ruthcohen@bsharp.org.uk, phone 07947 334 138, or speak to a music leader in confidence to let us know if you need a subsided place.

To book a free taster session call or message 07947 334138, email info@bsharp.org.uk or fill in our short registration form here

Project runs weekly

During: School Term

Excluding: School Holidays & Bank Holidays

Mo
Tu
18:15-20:15
We
Th
Fr
Sa
Su
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Target Young People
Cost £7.00 per session
Age of participants 11 - 18
Location The Hub

Lyme Regis, DT7 3BS
Available from - to 13/09/2022-23/07/2023
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We have some training or experience of Special Educational Needs & Disabilities and are able to accommodate children with low-level needs, we do not offer 1:1. Contact us to discuss how we can support your child.

Any questions about the project?
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Organiser
B Sharp

B Sharp

tel: 07947 334 138
web: https://bsharp.org.uk/
5 Church Street
Lyme Regis, DT7 3BS

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