St George’s promotes some exceptional musical talent. We want to share these assets to help inspire and nurture new generations of musicians, and to bring the gift of music to all.
To help us to do this, we have signed up to the ‘Family Arts Standards’, because we value families and want to provide good family experiences. Look out for the ‘Fantastic for Families’ badge, highlighting events that you and your family can enjoy together. check out the campaign’s new video below. See if you can spot us!
We are also delighted to announce that St George’s has been accepted as a Children’s University Learning Destination! Ask at the Box Office to have your passport stamped when you attend an event. If you would like more information about this wonderful initiative, check out their website here.
For further information on any aspect of our Education & Learning Programme, please contact Head of Education, Catherine Freda on 0117 929 4929 or by email at email@example.com, or Education Manager Laura Tanner on 0117 929 4929 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
What is a relaxed performance?
A relaxed performance is about welcoming children with special needs (including Autistic Spectrum Conditions and/or learning disabilities) and, crucially, their families to St George’s to a performance where those needs are accounted for with a more relaxed atmosphere and some changes to the production itself if necessary e.g.: lowering of lights or sound at certain points of the show. Look out for the logo:
Sunday 5 March MiniBeats ‘Vibrant Voices!’ 10.15am for children aged 3-5, 12pm for children aged 5-8 & 2pm Relaxed Performance especially suitable for children with additional needs, and their families
Sunday 9 April MiniBeats ‘Brilliant Brass!’ 10.15am for children aged 3-5, 12pm for children aged 5-8 & 2pm Relaxed Performance especially suitable for children with additional needs, and their families