Porsche Centre Reading is thrilled to sponsor the BBC Arts Get Creative workshops running at Bradfield College.
The workshops form part of the Bradfield Festival running from the 21 to the 25 June. The Bradfield festival is a totally unique public arts festival built around culture and creativity. There will be a variety of performances set out to entertain and educate people with music, comedy, opera, theatre, visual arts, dance and more.
The BBC Arts Get Creative campaign is aimed to encourage and inspire young people to get creative and we are delighted to be in support. The workshops are free and open to all Bradfield College pupils and to children from schools all over West Berkshire.
Some of the big names attached to BBC Arts Get Creative workshops include the Reduced Shakespeare Company, Chamber Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, stomping with Stomp workshops, the National Youth Jazz Orchestra, and more being announced every day.
Find out more here .
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