• Summary
  • Venue
  • Credits

Summary

Part of PRS Foundation’s Composer Residency programme in Hull, Women in Music offers workshops with visiting successful female songwriters, musicians and a sound engineer, working in partnership with The Warren, MAKE NOISE, Creative Voice and Kingston Youth Centre.

All workshops are free and are open to young people and some are open to women of any age. Please email: creativevoice@hullcc.gov.uk for further information.

Programme

Songwriting Part 1 with Hannah and Rae from Moulettes

Sat 24 Mar, 2-4pm. The Warren. All ages welcome.

Songwriting Part 2 with Hannah and Rae from Moulettes

Sun 25 Mar, 11-4pm. The Warren. All ages welcome.

Songwriting with Hannah and Rae from Moulettes

Mon 26 Mar, 6-8pm. Kingston Youth Centre. Under 19s and under 24 with access needs welcome.

Songwriting with Nadine Shah

Wed 28 Mar, 1-5pm. The Warren. 16-25 year olds welcome.

Sound Engineering with Caroline Adcock

Wed 28 Mar, 1-5pm. The Warren. 16-25 year olds welcome.

Songwriting with Michelle Scally Clarke

Fri 6 Apr, 2-4pm. Kingston Youth Centre. Under 19s and under 24 with access needs welcome.
Sat 14 Apr, 2-4pm. The Warren. All ages welcome.

Songwriting & Harmonies with Ali Bullivent

Sun 15 Apr, 2-4pm. The Warren. All ages welcome.
Sat 21 Apr, 10am-12pm. The Warren. All ages welcome.

Suitability

12+

Venue

If you have purchased a ticket for an event/activity at this venue through hull2017.co.uk, please do not contact the venue direct with enquiries for that purchase as they will be unable to help.

Opening times

Monday Varies
Tuesday Varies
Wednesday Varies
Thursday Varies
Friday Varies
Saturday Varies
Sunday Varies

Creative Credits

These workshops for women are part of PRS Foundation’s Composer Residency programme in Hull, for Hull UK City of Culture 2017, in partnership with The Warren, Creative Voice and Kingston Youth Centre.

PRS for Music Foundation’s New Music Biennial residency programme is generously supported by Hull UK City of Culture 2017, Paul Hamlyn Foundation and Arts Council England.