Organisations

Roman River Music runs a year-round performance programme of live music including two festivals, and an extensive learning and participation programme. It creates opportunities for children and young people to explore music, create their own works, learn and be mentored through working with the world-class musicians who perform with us.
 
 
 

Chesterton Parents Group is a voluntary community group that provides free of charge or low cost activities for under fives and their parents/carers in the east Chesterton area of Cambridge. We currently run Little Music Makers with the support of the Youth Music Trust, along with a weekly Soft Play group (Fridays) and the occasional Twins Group.

Arguably the largest parish church in England, rising phoenix-like from the ashes after WWII firebombing, Great Yarmouth's Minster is a vast, light, open space in the heart of this ancient seaside town, offering what one architect suggested is a virtually 'unparalleled acoustic'. The Minster is already a popular arts and performance venue hosting concerts and events through the year across the whole range of genres from pop, rock and roll and jazz, to folk, opera and classical.

 

 

MAP is here for young people. We are advisers, counsellors and youth workers who work together to provide the best help we can in a way that makes sense to you. We also provide education and training for young people, parents, carers and other workers.

We work from our centres in Norwich and Great Yarmouth. We also work in other places around Norfolk and Suffolk including schools, health centres and youth centres.

Mental health and Emotional Wellbeing Service for Children and Young People.

We showcase emerging artists, helping them to get into the Music Industry. Whether they are a young band wanting to get their first gigs or an artist that has been working the circuit, our approach can help them to get where they want to be. Take a look at the Get Known be heard channel on youtube.

Creative Arts East focuses on engaging those communities or its members who face geographical, physical or other barriers to participating in the cultural life of their area in high quality, stimulating arts and cultural activities.
 
We work across Norfolk, Suffolk and the wider eastern region and we achieve our mission through regular activities - Creative Arts East Live, a rural touring scheme for professional live performance events, and Creative Arts East Screen, a touring cinema scheme for rural communities, alongside a portfolio of projects that involve people in cultural education, that improve health and well-being and that assist in the development of community volunteers.

Suffolk Artlink works to improve the quality of life of people of all abilities through taking part in engaging and inspirational creative activities. We believe in the instrumental value of the arts and promote participation in high quality creative activities as a positive way of improving health and wellbeing. Projects all have a focus on being creative together -- either in pairs or small groups or within the wider community.