Creative, inclusive, multi-sensory band sessions for disabled young people led by folk artists Emmie Ward and Joe Danks.
At Folk Unlimited you can:
If you want to, you can also:
You do not need any experience of playing an instrument or folk music to take part in Folk Unlimited. Love music? We want you to join us!
Carers are welcome to join in too, or can wait in our lovely café just outside the rehearsal space.
Sundays, 2 – 4pm on the dates below.
20 Jan | 3, 17 Feb | 3, 17 March
28 Apr | 19 May | 9, 23 June| 6 July
Book your place
Book now or call Beth on 020 7241 8953
For disabled 12 – 24 year olds, their friends and carers. Open to all abilities and levels of experience.
Term fee: £20 | £16 concessions per term (advance booking required)
Drop-in: £5 per session
Emmie Ward holds a PG CERT in music and special needs using Sound Of Intent with Roehampton University. She is a folk musician and works as a freelance music and folk arts practitioner and teaches a range of classes for people with learning disabilities. She specialises in using a multi sensory approach to storytelling and music. Emmie has worked in a variety of settings including Day Centres, FE colleges and schools where she has worked as a teacher for many years. Projects have included “Everybody Dance Company” a millennium funded dance project with performers with complex needs and working on the show “Weighting” by Extraordinary bodies an inclusive, touring circus. Emmie also teaches on the “Get Your Folk on” holiday workshops for young disabled people.
Joe Danks is a percussionist, guitarist singer and composer from Nottingham, now based in South East London. He is a member of the band Ranagri (StockFisch Records), playing Bodhran, Tenor Guitar and percussion. In 2018 he was selected for one of EFDSS's Musicians In Museums residencies at The National Maritime Museum in Greenwich. His education work has seen him work with EFDSS, Hammersmith Irish Cultural Centre, London Symphony Orchestra, The BBC Family Orchestra and Nottingham Royal Concert Hall; amongst others. He is also director of Pulse Arts CIC, a company that takes person centered music practice into hospitals and hospices in London and East Anglia.
Folk Unlimited is supported by players of the People’s Postcode Lottery.