Group will drum up an audience
AFRICAN drumming and dance is to be brought to The Trinity Centre this Thursday.
The Misfits Theatre Company, based in Stokes Croft, has been working with Dance Music and Arts Collective UK.
Eight people with learning difficulties have worked with a dancer and a drummer from the collective to learn African drumming and dance skills.
They will perform on Thursday at Rhythm of the Night – a nightclub for adults with learning difficulties – in front of their families and friends.
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Rhythm of the Night is a chance to socialise, dance, make friends and start relationships in a safe environment. Misfits is a theatre and social group led by people with learning difficulties. It aims to enable people with learning difficulties to be creative, have fun and reach their potential through participation, performance, volunteering and employment.
It offers creative and arts activities for people with learning difficulties twice a week.
For more information go online to http://misfitstheatre.com.
The performance will take place at The Trinity Centre in Trinity Road, from 7pm to 10pm on Thursday.
Tickets are £5. Open to anyone 18 or over – tickets on the door or on 07910 962329.