My First Protest Song at People’s History Museum

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People's History Museum

My First Protest Song at People’s History Museum (PHM), City Centre 3 August 2019 Entrance is free

Throughout history people have used songs to help express their ideas. Bring your babies and tots to sing Lennon, Dylan, Seeger and Strummer. Join singer-songwriter Matt Hill (Quiet Loner) for this multi-sensory workshop full of toe tapping tunes from times of change. Make some noise and sing some songs!

This session is 40 minutes long, stick around after for a 20 minute wind down where you can enjoy the space and relax.

Family Friendly activity, suitable for under 3s and their grown ups/Booking suggested via Eventbrite, one week before the event/Pay what you feel at the event

Little People’s History Museum sessions offer an inclusive space for all abilities. Activities can be tailored to support special educational needs and disability (SEND) requirements.

Please note this event is not suitable for groups of more than five people.

My First Protest Song at People’s History Museum (PHM), City Centre 3 August 2019

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