• Senior Wac Arts Presentation Night

    By Wac Arts on 09/04/2014
    Last Sunday saw the ambitious and triumphant presentation evening of our Senior Wac students. Instead of a more traditional evening of monologues and dance numbers, the students took over the whole building in an interactive experience that saw the audience members navigating through the building to make their way to the next event. The evening began with the Physical Theatre […]
  • Presentation Night on Sunday 6th April

    By Wac Arts on 13/03/2014
    Senior Wac Arts Presentation Night Join us from 6pm on Sunday 6th April 2014 for our Senior Wac Arts Presentation Night! An installation that will take place over parts of the Wac Arts building and will feature multidisciplinary collaborative performances from Senior Wac Arts students. This is a presentation of the work that was funded by the Kickstarter longevity project. […]
  • Amy Winehouse Foundation steps in

    By Wac Arts on 10/02/2014
    Following its generous support at Christmas to keep our weekend music and singing classes going, the Amy Winehouse Foundation has chosen four Wac Arts students to be part of the Amy’s Yard artist development programme. One Senior and three Diploma Wac Arts students will be based at Amy’s own studio for an eight week long opportunity of a lifetime! Our […]
  • Wac Arts Weekend programmes are safe!

    By Wac Arts on 08/01/2014
    Spring Term Dates for Junior Wac Arts: 25th January-5th April 2014 Spring Term Dates for Senior Wac Arts: 26th January-6th April 2014 A tough year for arts funding meant that Junior and Senior Wac Arts faced closure after a 35year history of brilliant arts work with young people. The Wac Arts family couldn’t let that happen and parents, students, staff […]
  • Help Save the Weekend Wac Arts Programmes!

    By Wac Arts on 21/11/2013
    WE MUST RAISE £15,000 IN 30 DAYS! For the past 35 years, Wac Arts has strived to provide an inclusive and stimulating atmosphere for students many who are facing exceptional challenges and hardship. Wac Arts aim is to discover their talents and fulfil their potential through arts and media programmes.Two of its core programs, Junior and Senior Wac, are at risk of being shut down for the upcoming term due to lack of funding. This would mean that at least 600 young people would not have access to the alternative education that Wac Arts provides. This includes workshops and classes that provide training in live and recorded music, theatre, dance, and business learning.
  • Senior Wac Arts Taster Day on Sunday 15th September

    By Wac Arts on 02/09/2013
    An opportunity to audition for one of London’s most prominent and long running arts training programs. Age range 14-25yrs Classes include drama, singing, jazz dance, music, Streetdance, video production, physical theatre, reggae-contemporary dance, studio engineering, music technology and more all at multiple levels of ability and taught by some of the industry’s most celebrated practitioners. Prices are approximately £2 per […]
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