Author archive for Wac Arts

  • Four shows that you shouldn’t miss this spring!

    By Wac Arts on 22/02/2019
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    The Wac Arts Diploma in Professional Musical Theatre is an exciting programme that offers not only a traditional, classical and contemporary syllabus but also performance techniques from around the world. Come along and watch our full time students in action. A fantastic free theatre opportunity ensuring that the arts is accessible to all. Diploma Showcase Diploma Singing Showcase Diploma Drama […]
  • Wac Arts Birthday Schedule Spring 2019

    By Wac Arts on 21/02/2019
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    Wac Arts Birthday Schedule Spring 2019 Wac Arts believes in the infinite power of the arts to unleash the extraordinary potential of young people. Wac Arts is celebrating 40 years of empowering young people and our 2019 Birthday schedule is shaping up to be full of vibrant activity that showcases our young people! Support our programmes and the young people […]
  • Meet a Tutor: Anoushka Lucas

    By Wac Arts on 19/02/2019
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    Anoushka Lucas is a singer, songwriter and composer for theatre. Her music has been championed on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 4 & Jazz FM. Anoushka’s debut album is set for release in April 2019. As a composer, Anoushka co-composed an original score for Klook’s Last Stand and The Etienne Sisters (2015, Theatre Royal Stratford East), both by Ché Walker. […]
  • Wac Arts explores its heritage

    By Wac Arts on 18/02/2019
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    At the start of Wac Art’s 40th Birthday celebration year we were overjoyed to be awarded an £86,400 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF). This has allowed us to set up the Connecting Communities Project, which will enable our young people, our building partners and the wider community in Camden to explore the abundant participatory artistic heritage of Wac […]
  • What’s On at Wac Arts – Winter-Spring 2019

    By Wac Arts on 18/02/2019
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    Wac Arts believes in the infinite power of the arts to unleash the extraordinary potential of young people. Wac Arts offers inclusive performing arts and media programmes for young people aged 5-26. Weekend and evening enrichment programmes, summer and holiday projects and a full-time professional training course in the Old Town Hall, Belsize Park in the borough of Camden. Click […]
  • Runner Interview – Andrew Brandon

    By Wac Arts on 15/02/2019
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    There are now less than 40 days until the London Landmarks Half Marathon 2019! We’ve been catching up with our runners as they continue their training and fundraising ahead of the big day – here’s what one of our previous employees Andrew Brandon said about why he’s taking part in the Half Marathon. What is your relationship with Wac Arts? […]
  • Drama as a Tool for Development

    By Wac Arts on 07/02/2019
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    Drama and physical movement activities can elicit some of the most unexpected and profound outcomes when working with young people with SEN. It is important to allow young people to explore abilities beyond their prescribed statement of needs and outside of their comfort zones. Drama is an art form that allows individuals and groups to safely test boundaries, make mistakes […]
  • We have a vacancy for a Chief Executive

    By Wac Arts on 05/02/2019
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    Package: Salary will be competitive with market rate and negotiable depending upon experience Location: Europe – Belsize Park, London Deadline: 22 February 2019 Wac Arts believes in the infinite power of the arts to unleash the extraordinary potential of young people. For over 40 years, it has worked with generation after generation of young people, empowering them with the life […]
  • February Fun Run

    By Wac Arts on 04/02/2019
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    We are delighted to be taking part in the London Landmarks Half Marathon once again this year, with a team of fifteen runners who will be raising money for Wac Arts. The London Landmarks Half Marathon (LLHM) is a unique running event leading around the City of London, passing iconic landmarks such as the Shard, Somerset House and ending outside […]
  • Runner Interview – Owen Turner

    By Wac Arts on 01/02/2019
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    The London Landmarks Half Marathon 2019 is fast approaching, and all our runners are busy training to make sure they’re ready! Team Member Owen Turner took a break from training to answer a couple of questions for us ahead of the big day. Owen is an avid runner and has recently joined our Reception Team – we’re delighted that he’s […]
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