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  • Wac Arts behind the scenes – building partners interviews – Akademi

    By Wac Arts on 23/03/2017
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    Akademi One of our favourite things about our Belsize Park home is all the creative companies that share our building! We’ve decided to give you a peek behind the scenes at what’s happening with our building partners – the first we were lucky enough to speak to was Akademi. Read on to hear more about performances at Buckingham Palace, Illicit […]
  • Wac Arts Weekender

    By Wac Arts on 15/03/2017
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    The Wac Arts Weekender is a four day event opening the doors of Wac Arts, presenting our young people, professional artists and creative friends. Masterclasses, a Mothering Sunday tea party, open workshops, panel discussions, performances and lots more! 23rd-26th March 2017 http://WacArtsWeekender.eventbrite.co.uk As a key part of the future vision of Wac Arts, We are looking to develop our iconic […]
  • Press Release – Wac Arts Awarded Contract

    By Wac Arts on 10/03/2017
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    Wac Arts Awarded the Camden Council Contract for Short Breaks for Children and Young People with Disabilities Wac Arts is pleased to announce that they have been awarded the Camden Council Contract for Short Breaks for Children and Young People with Disabilities for the next 3 years. Established in 1978, Wac Arts is a vibrant charity based in Belsize Park, […]
  • Wac Arts – Celebrating International Women’s Day

    By Wac Arts on 08/03/2017
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    In 1978 Weekend Arts Centre as it was known then, was co founded by Theresa Noble, Ed Berman and Celia Greenwood and over the past 39 years, Wac Arts (as it is now known since changing its name in 2013) has always strived to provide a safe and inspiring environment for generations of young people to develop and grow – […]
  • Wac Arts Supporter Sam Edge Raises over £1,500

    By Wac Arts on 31/01/2017
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    Whilst the rest of us were sat on the sofa eating mince pies and watching Christmas specials on TV, Wac Arts supporter Sam Edge was having a rather different December… After months of training he flew over to Africa to attempt to scale Mount Kenya – a staggering 5100m – to raise money for Wac Arts. Shortly after he made […]
  • Wac Arts 3rd Annual Christmas Fundraiser a Success

    By Wac Arts on 05/12/2016
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    On Sunday 4 December actor and Patron Simon Callow led a star studded line up for Wac Arts’ annual Christmas fundraiser. The fundraiser, now in its third year, took place at the Old Hampstead Town Hall in Belsize Park and is a key part of the charity’s fundraising calendar, raising crucial funds for Wac Arts to continue to provide a […]
  • Samuel Edge is climbing Mount Kenya to raise money for Wac Arts

    By Wac Arts on 24/11/2016
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    We can’t believe it’s already December at Wac Arts – it only seems like yesterday we were ringing in the New Year and looking forward to seeing what 2016 would bring. It’s been a fantastic year in many ways – particularly for fundraising! Wac Arts supporters have been involved in a myriad of different activities to raise money for our […]
  • Simon Callow presents ‘The Seven Ages of Man’

    By Wac Arts on 26/10/2016
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    Simon Callow presents ‘The Seven Ages of Man’ with famous friends, to raise funds for Wac Arts on 4th December 2016. A night of sparkling surprises, sumptuous treats and sensational performances from talent in the industry and our young people. Tickets will be available soon!
  • CEO and Founder Celia Greenwood steps down this month

    By Wac Arts on 30/09/2016
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    Wac Arts continues its journey, empowering young people to change their world In 1978 Camden, like many of London’s inter city boroughs, was struggling to provide local young people with an education in performing arts and media. Believing this to be particularly unfair on young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, Celia Greenwood, Teresa Noble and Ed Berman set up Wac Arts. […]
  • Revolution leads the way…

    By Wac Arts on 08/09/2016
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    After the success of the summer event, Ché Walker’s Revolution was back on the 4th September and raised an astounding £1300 for Wac Arts! The sell out show raised the roof last Sunday, with 24 acts performing to a crowd of new and old faces to the Old Town Hall and Wac Arts. Opening the show were current Senior Wac […]
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