AudioActive extra music opportunities to support young people during strikes

Worthing AudioActive Music Sessions

AudioActive puts on extra free music sessions

Non-profit music organisation, AudioActive, have added extra free music sessions to their usual schedule this week to support young people affected by the strikes.

With several industries including education and travel affected by the industrial strike action on February 1st, extra music sessions in Brighton and Worthing will go ahead to provide activities and hot food for young people affected by the strikes, supported by Public Health and the PPC.

AudioActive’s work with local young people operates both in schools during the working day and outside of school hours at their own music community hub in Brighton and Worthing, as well as in youth centres across Sussex.

Times and locations of sessions in Brighton and Worthing

However, on Wednesday, February 1st, extra opportunities for young people to get involved will be happening from 1pm in Brighton and 3.30pm in Worthing, where they can learn to rap, produce, write, sing and record music for free.

  • Brighton: 1pm till 5pm @ Bottega Rooms
  • Worthing: 3.30pm till 7.30pm @ AudioActive Worthing

Young people can sign up via:

A statement on the AudioActive website reads: “On Wednesday, February 1st, teachers, train drivers, civil servants, university lecturers, bus drivers and security guards from seven trade unions will all go on strike.

“We want to support the strikes and support young people across Sussex who will have less places to go on that day. So we’re running extra music sessions on Wednesday that will also include free hot food for those who attend. Get Involved!”


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