Birmingham-based Man Made Youth Company has announced additional dates for its online artistic initiative for young men and male-identifying young people from across the West Midlands.
The all-male youth performance initiative - led by Midlands Arts Centre Associate Artist Johnny Autin - provides hundreds of young people and emerging artists across the Midlands with the opportunity to become involved in multi-disciplinary performing-arts activities.
Following the success of the company's inaugural event on Saturday 16 May, further dates have been added to its programme of activities. These include a creative residency for May half term, where sessions will run Monday through to Wednesday (25 - 27 May) between 10am and 3.30pm.
Further sessions will then take place in June (13 & 27), and on 18 July. These will be followed by a summer holiday creative residency on Thursday 30 & Friday 31 July.
Free to attend, the programme aims to inspire and empower young men aged 14 to 21 via a combination of high-quality dance training, choreography workshops, performance opportunities, digital arts and films.
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