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BEATSABAR - Music Project

Beatsabar Music Project is a small, growing, social enterprise (CIC), based in an arts centre, providing rehearsal spaces and audio recording services, community music workshops and 1-2-1 sessions.

It was set up in 2014, by 6 individuals whose vision was to, “Let our passion for music, stimulate and allow young people to unearth hidden musical talent and showcase their ability.” The skills and experience of the team mainly related to youth work, music and sound industry and the entertainment industry.

Located in a community perceived to be culturally, economically and geographically disadvantaged, Beatsabar is open daily, welcoming musicians and music lovers from all over the Wolverhampton area to use its facilities. Beatsbar currently supports disadvantaged young people with disabilities, special educational needs, young people, NEETs, and young offenders and its outcomes include accessibility, confidence, skills, mental health and behaviour.

Beatsabar see the importance of community cohesion and act as the link between communities and a range of other local authority and voluntary sector providers, such as the police, social workers, and teachers. Beatsabar have worked closely with individuals, youth groups and charities to empower them to identify their needs, opportunities, and plan what they want to achieve.

Other sessions and activities can be catered for in our sound proof studios. 

Please get in contact with us, visit our webiste, Beatsabar Twitter, Beatsabar Facebook for further information.

Who to contact

Contact Name
John Paul
01902 423826

Where to go

BEATSABAR Music Project
Office 12 - Newhampton Arts Centre
Dunkley Street
West Midlands

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Please visit our website for details

Other Details


Please visit website for details


Referral required

Record Last Updated on: 12/01/2023

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