Magic Islands of Music

Early Years sessions and training

23-26 February 2017

Magic Islands of Music

These amazing sessions for young children have been created by More Music in partnership with Charlotte Arculus, Early Years Artist, comic performer, musician and artistic director of Magic Adventure.

The sessions will take place in a specially created space where objects, instruments and playful interventions gently flow in and out. Blending singing, music, light, texture, colour and shadow to create a magical experience for very young children and their families. The activities will be immersive and interactive allowing children to explore according to their own needs.

Magic Islands of Music for Babies

Saturday 25 Feb 9.30am (Saturday session cancelled due to no take up)
Sunday 26 Feb 11am 
For babies who are not yet walking – 35 minutes - FREE!
Come and play in a multi sensory environment. Gentle songs and sounds and materials to stimulate and relax you and your baby. Please book your free place below.

Magic Islands of Music for Toddlers

Saturday 25 Feb 11am (FULL)  & 2pm
Sunday 26 Feb 9.30am & 2pm
For children 0-3 years – 45 minutes - FREE!
Come and explore music, sound and lights, encourage voice play, movement and playfulness.
Please book your free place below.


Communicating through Music - Workshop For Early Years Practitioners

Led by Charlotte Arculus - Early Years Artist, comic performer, musician and artistic director of Magic Adventure
Thursday 23 Feb 4.30pm-6pm - FREE!
A practical and fun filled workshop for Early Years Practitioners and Family Support Workers. Linking to all aspects of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and with a focus on supporting children with communication delay. The workshop will introduce using playfulness and musicality as essential tools for engaging young children. Please note no participant will be made to sing by themselves

Finding the Game - Creative CPD For Artists

Thursday 9.30pm-12pm - FREE!
Finding the Game - a workshop for artists of all art forms, who are interested in developing their work with young children (0-3. Participants will embark on a creative, adventurous and informative expedition into the world of small people who are much, much more creative than us and can teach us a thing or two!