• Inside Out Wac Arts

    By Wac Arts on 13/09/2019
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    Wac Arts offers high-quality access to the arts for people who face the worst barriers to participation. We are also custodians of our Grade 2 listed Old Town Hall in Camden. Inside Out Wac Arts (IOWA) is our project to make our home more accessible, sustainable and open for people of all ages. Be a Change Maker We invite you […]
  • What’s On at Wac Arts this Autumn/Winter

    By Wac Arts on 10/09/2019
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    What’s On at Wac Arts this Autumn/Winter 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 […]
  • WAWA Highlights Video

    By Wac Arts on 05/09/2019
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    At the end of July, we held the We Are Wac Arts (WAWA) Weekender, celebrating 40 years of Wac Arts and 140 years of the Old Town Hall we call home. Over three days we held workshops, performances and celebrations, programmed to inspire innovative thought and inclusive practice, celebrate the catalysts for change that have gone before, and inspire the […]
  • Weekend Performing Arts and Media Classes

    By Zoe Dowler on 20/08/2019
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    Wac Arts in the Old Town Hall, Belsize Park has 40 years experience offering inclusive, high quality and exciting performing arts and media opportunities for young people. We are now taking applications for our weekend programmes and our FREE Taster Day on the 8th September! For Junior Wac Arts please go to www.wacarts.co.uk/junior For Senior Wac Arts please go to […]
  • Come and Explore the Old Town Hall this September

    By Zoe Dowler on 20/08/2019
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    We are delighted to announce that we will be taking part in this year’s Open House London – the world’s largest architecture festival, giving the public free access to 800+ buildings, walks, talks and tours. On the 21st and 22nd September, we are opening the Town Hall’s doors to the public and will be holding Town Hall Tours, a fantastic […]
  • Why We Love Bare Beas

    By Wac Arts on 14/08/2019
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    Urban Motivation began in 2012 and is based at Wac Arts which offers young people aged 5-26, inclusive performing arts and media programmes, on weekday evenings and weekends. The Urban Motivation group meets every Wednesday evening, during the term time, to work on projects. The group welcomes young people aged 18-26 years old with disabilities, using dance, drama, music and […]
  • My Wac Arts, by Youth Voice Member Evie

    By Wac Arts on 09/08/2019
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    We’re back with another interview from our fantastic Youth Voice group! The group have been working hard over the past few months, contributing to events at Wac Arts and having a voice in the decision making at the organisation. Last week we heard from Emma, and this week we’re hearing from Evie. Evie is a member of Junior Wac Arts […]
  • WAWA Weekender 2019

    By Wac Arts on 02/08/2019
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    Last week, we held our annual arts and events festival, the We Are Wac Arts (WAWA) Weekender, celebrating 40 years of Wac Arts and 140 years of the Old Town Hall we call home. Over three days we held workshops, performances and celebrations, all programmed to inspire innovative thought and practice, celebrate the catalysts for change that have gone before, […]
  • Why Wac Arts Matters to me an Interview with Emmanuella from Youth Voice

    By Wac Arts on 01/08/2019
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    Wac Arts has a fantastic group of young people who work with the organisation as part of the Youth Voice group. The group work with Wac Arts on governance, ensuring young people have a voice in the decision making of the organisation and producing events and performances (as well as many other fun and exciting projects such as the WAWA […]
  • Interview with Ingrid Mackinnon

    By Wac Arts on 17/07/2019
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    U3A member Barbara Prynn spends some time with Dance professional Ingrid Mackinnon to explore the themes of Heritage. Ingrid Mackinnon’s movement direction credits include #WeAreArrested (Royal Shakespeare Company), Fantastic Mr Fox (associate movement – Nuffield/Lyric), Kingdom Come (Royal Shakespeare Company) and #DR@CULA! (Royal Central School of Speech and Drama). She is also assistant choreographer and rehearsal director for Uchenna Dance. […]
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