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Wac Arts believes that everybody has a right to access the arts.

We are a charity providing impactful creative arts and media programmes to gifted young people, empowering them to change their world.


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Our Patrons

Ann Mitchell

ann-mitchellAnn Mitchell is a British stage and television actress. She came to prominence in the 1980s when she starred as Dolly Rawlins in the crime series Widows, and its sequels Widows 2 and She’s Out, all written by Lynda La Plante. In 2011, she was cast as Cora Cross in the BBC soap opera EastEnders, the mother of Tanya Branning and Rainie Cross. Mitchell has appeared in many roles in film, theatre and television and has played a significant amount of major roles such as Mrs. Warren in Mrs. Warren’s Profession and her Laurence Olivier Award nominated performance in Through the Leaves.

www.annmitchell.net

Danny Sapani

danny-sapani“Wac Arts was a gift to kids like me. It was a route out of – it sounds like a bit of a cliche – the ghetto.”

Danny Sapani appeared in Danny Boyle’s film Trance. His stage credits include August Wilson’s Joe Turner’s Come and Gone and Radio Golf, Errol John’s Caribbean classic Moon on a Rainbow Shawl and The National Theatre production of Euripides’ Medea. He has also acted in the 2013 Indian action film, Singam II as an International Drug Lord. His TV roles include appearances on Misfits and Blackout, while his television guest appearances include Judge John Deed and the Doctor Who episode “A Good Man Goes to War.” as Colonel Manton. Since 2014, Sapani has played the role of Sembene in Showtime’s Penny Dreadful.

www.dannysapani.com

Ms Dynamite

ms-dynamite“Wac Arts felt like home every weekend.”

Niomi Arleen McLean-Daley better known as Ms. Dynamite, is an English hip hop and R&B recording artist, rapper-songwriter, and record producer. Niomi released her breakthrough album A Little Deeper in 2002, followed by her acclaimed Judgment Days in 2005. She is the recipient of the Mercury Music Prize, two BRIT Awards and three MOBO Awards.

www.msdynamite.co.uk

What we offer

 

School level to professional level training for ages 14 and up.

 

Shorter evening courses and holiday projects for ages 4 and up.

 

Saturday and Sunday performing arts and media for ages 4-22.

All our courses are fully inclusive

Find out about our courses and projects

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Wac Arts
Old Town Hall
213 Haverstock Hill
London NW3 4QP

General enquiries: 020 7692 5800
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