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CLIC Info Right Now Workshop #1 - Drumming

Posted by Gareth CLIC from Swansea - Published on 04/04/2012 at 14:13
1 comments » - Tagged as Art, Culture, Dance, Food & Drink, People, Topical

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Yn Gymraeg

The CLIC Information Right Now Event will be held in the Wales Millennium Centre on the 17th of April 2012 between 10:00am and 2:00pm, and every day in the run-up to the event, we'll be giving you a sneak preview of each of the seven workshops we have lined up. These workshops will be taking place at 11:00am and then repeated at 11:40am on that day.

Today let me tell you about the Drumming Workshop, which will allow you to have a go at the joys of African drumming and other forms of percussion. Not only that, you'll have the chance to create your own music and rhythms and put together a short performance.

Considering the whole event (including food, entertainment and refreshments) is free, this sounds like a sweet deal.

So, if this little snippet of information resonates with you (do you like my awesome pun?), why not come along and attend our event? If you want to reserve a place at the event (and a rather lovely goody bag too), or just need a little more information about the day, just send an email to Cindy Chen at cindy@cliconline.co.uk or call her on 02920 462222.

Tomorrow, we will be telling you about the Ispect Workshop, for those of you who may be interested in becoming a Young Inspector.

Click here to download the programme of the day.

CLIC: Information Right Now Event Facebook Page

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eddie secretary

eddie secretary

Commented 31 months ago - 5th April 2012 - 12:00pm

I reallly realllllly wanna come now, but i cant im in derby seeing a friend, Aghhhh why do i always put my friends before myself lol,

well i guess thats just me, anyways, i hope all that attend and get involved have a really good day and especially have fun, ill be looking for reviews lol

cheers all

Eddie_Secretary

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