• Dalston Revolution – Sunday 17th February

    By Wac Arts on 05/02/2013 in Homepage, Uncategorized

    The Omeros Project Directed by EAC drama teacher Che Walker and featuring Wac Arts drama teacher Martina Laird, Wac Arts students Nishauna Francis, Sophia Thomas, and original music composed...

  • In the news again!

    By Wac Arts on 28/01/2013 in Alumni, Homepage

    MOBO award winner and ex-WAC student, Zoe Rahman, talks to the Camden New Journal about how important WAC was in developing her into the world renowned Jazz musician she...

  • Congratulations to our students

    By Wac Arts on 27/01/2013 in Homepage, Uncategorized

    Congratulations to the WAC students who performed at the Trinity College International Playwriting Competition on Friday and Saturday night. The play recieved a wonderful reception from those at The...

  • Bush Revolution Taster

    By Wac Arts on 27/01/2013 in Uncategorized

    For those unlucky people who couldn’t get down to The Bush Revolution on Saturday, here is a taster of what you missed. Thanks again to all the artists who...

  • The Bush Revolution

    By Wac Arts on 27/01/2013 in Uncategorized

    Thank you to everyone who made it down to The Bush Revolution on Saturday. Yet another brilliant night. Thanks to your generosity we were able to raise more than...

  • WAC Alumni Wins A MOBO!

    By Wac Arts on 27/01/2013 in Alumni, Homepage

    Zoe Rahman is Best Jazz Act

  • Kevin Mark Trail – What Wac Arts means to me

    By Wac Arts on 06/01/2013 in Alumni

    Wac Arts Alumni Kevin Mark Trail dropped by to tell us how Wac Arts helped him in his career and why the organisation is so special to him.

  • 1Take.TV: Ki Yoshi (Love is a losing game)

    By Wac Arts on 06/01/2013 in Alumni

    Kyleigh Harwood (ex WAC member) pays tribute to Amy Winehouse.

  • Carlton Headley

    By Wac Arts on 05/01/2013 in Alumni
    “WAC gave me an insite into all aspects of performing and composing in Jazz music. It gave me a solid foundation in music that I don’t believe I would have been privy to in similar colleges. It was on the strength of the experience and knowledge that I gained at WAC that I was accepted onto my Jazz degree course which then enabled me to go on to do my Post-Graduate Certificate in Education and become a qualified teacher of music.”
  • Troy Titus-Adams

    By Wac Arts on 05/01/2013 in Alumni
    “WAC was an unforgettable experience. A real breeding ground for the future stars of tomorrow. I remain forever indebted to Celia, Martha, Michelle, Latti and Alec among others who gave to us from their heart and souls and of course Margaret who kept us fed and watered. Who knew that an oasis of talent existed in the deepest darkest depths of west kentish town!”
  • Vanessa Simon

    By Wac Arts on 04/01/2013 in Alumni
    “My experience at WAC meant the world to me and if I could still attend the centre I probably would, (with me ole self). I gained a valuable insight into the intricacies of vocal performance which led to me being a professional singer/songwriter”
  • Catriona Morrison

    By Wac Arts on 03/01/2013 in Alumni
    “Happy Birthday WAC! To this day, and that means some 23 years on from my training at WAC and now also teaching myself, I still use some of the theatrical exercises I learnt in WAC classes. I will never forget the quality of the teaching and the things I learnt. On visiting you recently, it felt like I’d never been away. I was warmly greeted and offered good and valuable advice, like any other family member. I was taken back, proud and inspired at how faithful, sincere and dedicated WAC has been to its aims. So here’s to a very happy birthday, and many more happy birthdays to come. Sending you my deepest and most sincere congratulations and encouragements, to a very valuable organisation, that has been such a solid trampoline to so many people.”
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