During the Easter holidays, we will be offering free interactive Zoom sessions for small groups over three days. The sessions will include a mixture of storytelling and music.
Our sessions are predominantly designed for children who are often described as having Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities and also for children who are identified as being on the autistic spectrum. Our Zoom sessions are also suitable for young people with a wider range of disabilities.
We understand that experiences on a screen have their limitations, and we encourage our participants to bring along any instruments or props you might have at home to join in with our rhythms, (e.g. banging pots and pans, making shakers by filling empty bottles with lentils, beans or anything that rattles!).
Watch a short rhythmic video, made by Bamboozle artist Tayo, where he’s found things around the home to make his own rhythms.
Our Zooms last for about 30 minutes and involve two of our Bamboozle performers providing a mixture of storytelling and live music. There will be four sessions per day and each session will be for a group of up to four families so that we can personalise the performance for our participants. The set up will be relaxed and informal; there’ll be an opportunity to chat, followed by storytelling, songs and music.
Saturday 16th April – 11.30am, 12.30pm, 2.30pm, 3.30pm.
Wednesday 20th April – 11.30am, 12.30pm, 2.30pm, 3.30pm.
Friday 22nd April – 11.30am, 12.30pm, 2.30pm, 3.30pm.
We do our best to try and ensure that everyone who registers can attend at least one session, however, due to our limited spaces available, if sessions become oversubscribed, you’ll be added to a waiting list for any future sessions.