The Newhampton Arts Centre is home to a number of arts and community organisations. The following organisations are based at the Newhampton Arts Centre. For more information about the services they offer, please use the links below.
Changing Our Lives supports people with learning disabilities of all ages to
speak up for their rights and take control of their lives.
Street Dance & Cheerleading classes and performance group:email@example.com
07588 535 691
or 07723 481 223
Central Youth Theatre
Drama workshops, productions and international exchanges.
Summer holiday workshops.
Sundays 11am-1pm (8-12 yrs) 1-4pm (13-25 yrs)
Promotes and presents Indian classical music and dance through concerts, lecture demonstrations, workshops, music school teaching vocal, tabla, Kathak dance and sitar and weekly radio broadcast on Wednesdays 101.8 (http://www.wcrfm.com) between 7 & 8pm.
Mrs Paramjeet Mann, Admin Assistant: 01902 771592
- Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mrs Paramjeet Mann, Admin Assistant Surdhwani c/o Newhampton Arts Centre.
- website www.surdhwani.org.uk
Sam Sharpe Music Project
Recording and Rehearsal Studios run by WCC Youth Service
For young musicians and youth groups
- 01902 552446
Break dance classes and performances: beginner to advanced
- email: email@example.com
Global Cleaning Company
- Kevin Rowe 01902 490817
WCR FM – Wolverhampton City Radio
Community Radio station serving the City of Wolverhampton. It is owned and operated by Wolverhampton Community Radio (SCRT) and provides training in radio skills and gives local people access to radio.
Contact the WCR Team on:
- Studio: 01902 572257
- Office: 01902 572260
- News and Press Releases to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- General Enquiries: email@example.com
Community Theatre & Music Co. Zip Theatre tours five plays a year and runs participatory arts workshops for all ages. Zip Rockschool supports the music curriculum in schools and runs Sound Skills, a pioneering course delivering basic skills through music.
- Administrator: Sunita Dass 01902 572250
Include Me TOO (IM2) is a national charity based in Wolverhampton that champions choice, social justice and equality for all disable children and young people. It works with disabled children and their families from Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) and other marginalised communities to increase their say in decisions that shape their lives locally and nationally.
Phone: 01902 711604/399888 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Projects at Newhampton Arts Centre:
- Come and have a Timeout! – Bollywood Dancing, African Drumming and Yoga and Holistic Therapies for disabled children and young people aged 5-18
- Fathers Club – come and meet other Fathers of disabled children and young people in the Jester’s Cafe
- Parent 2 Parent – a support group for parents/carers of disabled children and young people
City of Wolverhampton College (Performing Arts Department)
Full Time (National Diploma) in Performing Arts & Evening Courses in Singing.
- 01902 821916
Women of Wolverhampton (WOW) is the leading network for women and women’s organisations in Wolverhampton. We provide a platform for women to voice their views, influence decision-making and participate fully in city life. Our aim is to facilitate positive change in the lives of women in Wolverhampton by advancing gender equality and full participation in city life.
General enquiries: email@example.com
Amanda Bevan, Co-ordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Beverley Harvey, Participation Officer: email@example.com
Call Us On : 01902 572122 .