You provide the venue, we provide the enthusiasm, creativity and commitment.
IN2CULTURES provides exciting and enjoyable creative arts sessions, school projects, team building workshops and birthday parties.
We also work extensively in the community providing music sessions for care homes, hospitals and dementia cafes, as well as the WI, U3A, and community youth groups such as the Scouts.
We can help you ‘learn through enjoyment’ with our friendly, fun and vibrant sessions!
Our workshops are fun, engaging and inspiring – helping develop listening and coordination skills and are suitable for all ages and abilities.
Our enjoyable and informative workshops cater for everyone, teaching traditional Bhangra dance moves step by step using live and recorded music.
Whatever culture interests you, we can offer fun, engaging and informative workshops. Our specialities include African, Indian and Aboriginal art.
AFRICAN SONG & DANCE
African dance is energising and uplifting, and many of the dance moves mirror the everyday actions of life in Africa.
Our team building workshops, which include drumming or dance, help build team spirit and motivate staff, resulting in a fun and memorable experience.
The didgeridoo is a wind instrument developed by Australian Aborigines. We take you through the basic steps of how to play this wonderful instrument.
We run an African drumming class every Saturday in Stratford upon Avon and a Bhangra dance/keep fit class every Wednesday in Leamington Spa. Our classes are open to everyone and we encourage families to join us.
We can support your multicultural work with either a long or short term input. This could involve dance, drama, music or art from other cultures.
Our work can enhance existing projects in schools, whether it relates to a particular continent, country, culture or simply the celebration of a cultural festival.
MUSIC AS THERAPY
Music is a universal language. We use the power of music to bring fun and laughter to the lives of the elderly in care homes, Dementia cafes, hospital patients and people with special needs.
We hold annual Showcases around the county to celebrate local young talent and raising money for charities we support. We also organise charity concerts with the African Children’s Choir.
Have a look at what people say about the wide range of work that we undertake in schools and the community, working with all ages, from nurseries through to care homes, hospitals and dementia cafes.
For more details about our work and prices, or to discuss a possible project, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or just give us a call on 01789 299594/07879 040889.