Organisations > Arts (drama, music, art)

This listing aims to give a overview of arts provision for those affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster. This could include information about art therapy, music groups, drama classes, etc.
Art workshops for anyone who has been affected by Grenfell. All ages and abilities are welcome. Come to our FREE painting workshops if you would love to get CREATIVE! We strongly encourage people of all ages and abilities to join in the fun. We have colouring in pages, acrylic/water paints, felt pens, card, foil, drawing …
[From Poetry 4 Grenfell Facebook page] I am compiling a Bi-lingual poetry and eyewitness account book about the terrible Grenfell incident, I would love to invite you to contribute… I will not discriminate on ability, view, or languages used, this is FOR EVERYONE, EVERYONE IS WELCOMED, this is for YOU…. Please email any pieces or ideas. If …
Drop in for a cup of tea and a chat every day at 2pm. Grenfell residents are welcome to pick up essentials from the Village. The Village ran a summer 2017 programme, information here.
Have you been affected by the Grenfell Tower fire? Join us for free music therapy sessions run by Nordoff Robbins, a national charity that changes lives through music. No previous musical skills or experience needed. Time: 10:30 – 12:30 and 2- 4pm Date: Tuesdays, starting 25 July 2017 Venue: Notting Hill Methodist Church, 240 Lancaster Road, …
We have programmed an exciting variety of art-based activities, some as drop-in’s (no booking required) and some bookable, for ages 0-12yrs and their parents/carers. These range from Art & Science, to Flag-making to Printmaking. We are also running a series of Story Creative sessions for our younger audiences. Refreshments available at each workshop. See the …
The Love You Forever Project has been set up to help the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire disaster by releasing an album featuring top DNB artists. Labels and producers donating tunes include: Ram Records, Metalheadz, Hospital Records, Viper Recordings, Dread Records, Formation, Sliced Note Recordings, Close to Death, Westworld Recordings, Alive Music, Diamond Dubs, …
Through its work with local schools and community centres, Grief Encounter is supporting victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, and their extended families. “We are committed to a long term involvement with the children affected by these events, and will ensure they are the priority moving forward.” Grief Encounter ran a two-week summer camp, 31 …
Grenfell Voices is the Artists for Justice for Grenfell group supported by @bushtheatre. Grenfellvoices.com is a living video archive of victims and community testimonies.
We have been working with our diverse and creative community for twenty years, providing free and affordable art activities for local people in partnership with the NHS, schools and other local community organisations. We would like to offer art and creative opportunities as our response to help the healing of our community after the Grenfell …
An initial group of artists was convened at the Bush Theatre by Mark Thomas to respond to the Grenfell atrocity. This is a sub-initiative of that group that seeks to support existing efforts to ensure all children and young people affected have access to free creative summer activities linking artists and art therapists. We hope …