Lots to do with Fleet Arts this Summer including:-
Children’s Intergalactic workshops
Nature & Art workshops
Music Festivals with young musicians
Family Fun Day activities
Fleet First Fridays
Open Mic Night
For musicians under 19
Family and friends welcome
£2 (Over 18’s)
£1 (Under 18’s)
Family Ticket £4
Thursday 24th May
10am – 11.30am
A taster session for people 50+ who would like to keep moving and dancing whatever your ability/mobility (seated or standing) with movement therapist, Andrea Haley.
Third Friday of the month
7pm – 8.30pm
Experience different creative health & well-being activities for both adults
and teenagers (accompanied by an adult)
£10 soundbaths/£5 other sessions
Bookings taken 4 x weeks prior to a session
Wednesday 6th June
7.30pm – 9pm
Come and meet other creatives in a pop-up cafe (networking) style, informal setting with interactive activities on each table and the potential for live performances/experiments.
All art forms
A Family disco where all ages can dance together. In the spirit of this national community event remembering Jo Cox’s notion that ‘we have more in common’, pop along, bring a picnic and have a boogie to an eclectic range of music by 3 x local DJ’s from the popular ‘Just Because…’ events.
Fleet Arts workshops & events for Belper Arts Festival 2018:
Peace Walk Labyrinth
Drink & Draw
Art is Key (networking)
Open mic for under 19’s
Arts Trail weekend 6th & 7th May:
We are an accessible venue with toilets and parking for all and only a five minute walk from either the Market Square, No.28 or Strutts. To entice people up the slight hill, there will be a delicious vegetarian two course lunch on offer, created by the fantastic Pulp Friction CIC (insert logo attached as small) with young adults with learning disabilities, using surplus food from Supermarkets (supplied by FareShare) for just £2.50 adults/£1 children.
So, why not plan to come to Fleet Arts for some well-earned refreshment and creative fun on your way around the trail!
An Arts & Health project for carers & their cared-for as part of two closed (can only attend through Making Space) groups in Belper.
Using the ‘5 ways to well-being’ national initiative to explore a different art technique each session with an experienced art teacher: