Free event for young people

Essential Information

Type Talks and courses
National Maritime Museum
Date and Times Monday 25 October to Wednesday 27 October | 10.30am – 4.30pm
Prices Free

Join us this October Half Term for 3 exciting days of lyric and songwriting within the museum. Working with Isatta Cesay from Doctored Sound you will have the opportunity to build up rhyme schemes, write your own lyrics and finally record your own track at Unwound Studios. The project will respond to wider themes of Climate Change and the impact it has on your own life, living in a city. You will have the opportunity to meet new people and showcase your work within the museum setting during the COP26 festival. You will develop new skills as well as gain valuable work experience for your CV and future progression. This is a free offer to anyone aged 15-18 living or studying within the borough of Greenwich.

To register please follow the link below to an online registration form

What will you gain from this project?

  • Meet new people and make new friends
  • Work creatively alongside an Artist 
  • Try new things and develop new skills
  • Gain valuable work experience for your CV and future progression

To become a Young Creative you must:

  • Be open to try new things! 
  • Be aged 15-18
  • Live or study in the Royal Borough of Greenwich
  • Be available for all 3 days of the project from 25th - 27th October 2021, 10.30am - 4.30pm each day

Where will the project take place?

The project will be hosted in and within the grounds of the National Maritime museum in line with the current most up to date Government regulations around protecting against Covid 19 in public settings.

A full timetable will be issued in advance of the project. 

How much will this project cost?

This is a free project.

All food and equipment will be provided. You just need to be able to travel to and from the museum each day.

How do I sign up?

Register here today


I have a question - who do I contact? 

Please email with any questions or call +44 (0)208 312 8528.

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