“Wac Arts is my favourite activity during the week. It makes me feel amazing and happy”
Junior Wac Arts Student
December and November
“I was so proud to have been co-hosting with Shelby on such an absolute triumph of an evening; incredible performances all round, such heart and commitment shown by all involved and a spirit of openness and community in keeping with the true essence of Wac Art”
Wac Arts Alum and Patron, Danny Sapani, following ‘Dare to Dream’
September and October
Young people from 29 of the 32 Boroughs of London engage in our programmes – with 62% residing in Camden
July and August
The Old Town Hall is 140 years old, and is where TS Elliot, Judi Dench and Lulu got married.
May and June
Last year, over 120,000 people visited our building.
March and April
From January to December 2017, 16% of our students identified as having special educational needs or disabilities.
February and January
As a registered charity, Wac Arts says a huge thank you to all those who supported us in 2016-17 and who make our work possible.
Additional thanks to Beacon Lodge Charitable Trust, Foyle Foundation, Ithica trust, The 29th May 1961 Charitable Trust, The Mackintosh Foundation, The Olswang Foundation, The Totland Bay Project, The Tuixen Foundation and The Vandervell Foundation.