Join musicians and RESOUND project leaders from Reading Arts' Resident Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for creative sessions to create junk musical instruments.
On the Reduce, Reuse, Recycle theme, make use of every-day objects, many of which would otherwise end up in the rubbish or recycling bin, and build your own instruments.
45-minutes workshops take place in The Victoria Hall, in Reading Town Hall:
Then bring your instrument along to a Junk Samba Band session in The Concert Hall at 2.15pm, alongside Luke Jerram's GAIA installation and make some noise to celebrate our amazing earth, before joining Reading Climate Festival's Parade through Reading Town Centre.*
Suitable for families of children aged 5-12years. All children must be accompanied and supervised at all times.
*Participation in the Junk Samba Band & Reading Climate Festival Parade is optional.
Separate booking for the Junk Samba Band is also required as spaces are limited.
For wheelchair tickets or other access needs, please call the Reading Arts Box Office on 0118 960 6060 (Mon-Fri 10am-5pm, availability may vary on show days) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT TAKES PLACE IN THE VICTORIA HALL, WITHIN THE TOWN HALL, BLAGRAVE STREET, READING. THERE WILL BE NO ACCESS TO GAIA IN THESE SESSIONS. IF YOU WISH TO SEE GAIA, PLEASE BOOK FOR THE JUNK SAMBA BAND OR A PUBLIC SESSSION.