Supporting talent, developing skills and empowering communities... one workshop at a time.

Band School

Giving  young musicians the opportunities to record their own songs, collaborate with other musicians, perform at a number of events and create their own music videos.

(Ages 11-16)

Running over Oct Half Term!

Mahdlo Mic Night

An amazing platform for young musicians from in and around Oldham to perform on stage. Whether you are a upcoming band, an aspiring rapper, an emerging singer / songwriter or even a spoken word artist, then join us.

Every Last Saturday Of The Month

Guitar Club

A project that ran in October 2015 half term that helped young people learn and improve on how to play the guitar, whilst developing creative and songwriting skills.

The project resulted in young people developing new guitar skills, wrote a series of songs and recording them in the studio

Summer Music Camp – 2015

Our annual two weeks long project where we opened the doors to 14 young people during summer holidays who recorded songs, produced music videos and created long lasting memories.

Take a look at some of these through pictures, songs and videos!

Drop-In Beats

With DJ decks, synthasisers and musical instruments…

Drop – In Beats allowed young people to explore remixing, sampling and digital music skills whilst learning music making using modern methods.

Creative Careers

A project for unemployed adults who explored career options within photography, film making and the world of social media and blogging.

The project saw a number of people securing jobs, some gone on to further training and over 9173 photographs were taken.

See their amazing portfolios here

Much More Music

This project gave chances to young people with musical experiances to connect with other young people who wanted to learn music.

From supporting workshops, delivering activities and filming tutorials, young people shared their musical skills to others and gave the world Much More Music :-)

Studio School

A 2 year project that gave the chance to over 2oo young people to experience music, photography and film making.

An alternative education project that worked with young people through highly engaging activities whilst developed their personal and transferable skills too.

The Big Music Project

The Big Music Project helped young adults see what it would be like to work as a recording artist, a music producer and audio engineer . It also explored the behind the scenes jobs such as PR, event management, community arts,  graphic design and others.

See what one participant had to say about his experiance.