There are 3 Beat It sessions you could join.
These sessions are in
We also have Beat It On The Road where our musical sessions come to you!
Please get in touch if you would like more information.
If you or someone you work with would like to join a session all you have to do is call our office and book your taster session with us.
What is a taster session?
A taster session is where you come to one of our 3 sessions and see if you like what we do. Taster session are £10.00 refundable deposit.
When you call or email to book your taster session we will send you a welcome pack with all the information you will need to know about our sessions.
Beat It Sessions Can,
- help you learn new skills,
- help you gain confidence
- and get you up on stage performing. We build our sessions around what you and the group would like to do. The sessions are all inclusive and with the wide variety of instruments available anyone can take part. If you would like to join in the fun at one of our session venue please call 01422 363817 or Email email@example.com for more informations.
Beat it is a fantastic opportunity for adults with learning disabilities to share their love of music and performing with other people. Each session is unique and different to the next; no one session is ever the same. This I felt, encapsulated the person centred approach in which each person is encouraged to choose how […]
I was invited to partake in Imagineer’s Beat It sessions and must sincerely admit it was a wonderful humbling experience. The session included drum circles, singing and learning how to use DJ equipment. It is a way of being expressive and creative through music. Everybody has a part to play, no matter how musically talented or able you […]
The August nightclub was my first experience of the Beat it nightclub and I have to say, I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. The nightclub is open to everybody, and it allows for some people who have spent their lives being marginalised by, and in many ways excluded from society, to get together and […]
Having always been involved in community and volunteer projects, I have never really questioned just how important they actually are to local communities. I feel that I have perhaps always taken for granted the fact that on my doorstep I had a fantastic array of groups and clubs that from a young age I was […]