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Arts & Events Venue in Poplar, East London. A communal, social and creative space, accessible to all. Offers a diverse programme, including children’s entertainment, waterside activities, health classes and live performances including music, theatre and comedy – all contributing to creating a real destination for the community.
Music, Dance & Drama
Performances & Live Entertainment
Qualified as a Yoga Teacher in 2015 with a 500 hours diploma with the “British Wheel of Yoga”. Insight into anatomy and physiology and a strong knowledge of Yoga Ethic and Philosophy. Following the powerful experiences of pregnancy, giving birth and becoming a mother, Alice decided to qualify as a (Birthlight) Perinatal Yoga Teacher to be able to empower and support other women integrating the diverse elements of Yoga practice. She then became a Baby and Toddler yoga teacher (Birthlight), which supports positive and fun interactions between parents or carers and children.
Andra is a professional piano teacher, director at PianoPiano Studio, and an author of a signature method “Music Counts”. After graduating from Riga Conservatory (Latvia) in harp and piano playing in 2012, she had a particular interest in child development through music as well as child psychology (currently obtaining a diploma from Oxford College). “The main goal I am trying to achieve is to help children build life-long relationships with music. That’s why every topic is introduced in a tangible way through games and toys to keep the interest and support motivation from lesson to lesson”.
We have been inspiring, engaging and educating children in nursery, primary and secondary schools for over 20 years. We also work with libraries and museums, engaging children in the latest reading challenge or bringing history to life through our interactive drama workshops. We are passionate about the power of the arts to provide valuable and enriching learning opportunities for your children, allowing them to express themselves creatively whilst embedding subject knowledge.
Born in Sylhet, Bangladesh, Gouri Choudhury is a singer and music teacher who is today one of the UK’s most popular Bangladeshi performers. She has held positions as a Bengali music teacher for over 13 years at schools all over London and is currently Music Leader of Newham Young Person’s Choir (NYPC) and Sing Up programme ARK.
As an Artistic Associate with the David Glass Ensemble, Hester has directed the first ever immersive performance for children in the South West of China, The Forest (Marphy’s Play House, Chengdu). She has also trained adults and children from across China in drama and creativity. Hester has been Assistant Director with the Ensemble on A DEvine Comedy (Soho Theatre, London), City of Darkness (PSBK, Yogyakarta), The Brides (Teatro Dei Rozzi, Siena) and Mortgage (Theatre Delicatessen, London and The Bike Shed, Exeter).
Yana has been teaching children of different ages for over 7 years in the UK and abroad, which has given her the experience needed to introduce the younger generation to street dance.
Sessions are led by IAIM (The International Association of Infant Massage ) Certified Infant Massage Instructor Kasia Kropidlowska, who is a community doula and breastfeeding peer supporter. IAIM is a global organisation and the world-class standard for the training and teaching of infant massage.
Komola Collective are a London based theatre and arts company dedicated to telling the stories that often go untold- stories from women’s perspectives.
Leader of the Samba -Reggae crew, Dende Nation.
Maud Barrett studied Product Design in Paris and spent the first years of her professional life working in fashion. When she moved over to the UK, she started practising as a textile artist, working on community projects, exhibiting in galleries and running a wide range of art workshops.
Mindful Music is an award-winning charity established to support children in their emotional development, using music and mindfulness. Find out more here: www.mindfulmusic.london
Natalya Martin studied BA Acting and Community Theatre at East 15 Acting School and from there decided to specialise in working with children and young people with disabilities. Upon graduation, she formed a theatre company with some fellow graduates, which took the form of FEEL Theatre. Natalya specialises in and has a passion for community work and everything sensory!
We are londons Original afternoon comedy club, designed for parents with infants under a year old. See the best acts from TV and the comedy circuit without having to book a babysitter!
Tiny Light Theatre is an Oxford based theatre company creating work for babies, children and young adults. They were founded in 2013 by performers Anna Tolputt and Ceri Ashcroft, and their first production, Cat in the Cupboard – the extraordinary tale of an expanding cat – was developed with the support of Pegasus Theatre, Chipping Norton Theatre, The Orange Tree, Barefoot Books and Little Angel. The Paper Moon made its debut at the Offbeat Festival last June.
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