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Kingston's Live Music Project - CirKT

Kingston launched its exciting music project ‘CirKT’ in February. Throughout 2019, there will be a programme of music events, industry conferences, a new talent development programme and workshops with focused activities in June (21-23) and November (25-30).

Funded by the Mayor of London as part of his London Borough of Culture initiative, Kingston Council was awarded £90,000 to celebrate its home-grown talent, rich music heritage, live music scene and the night-time economy.

Kingston’s grass roots project is being led by Anna Doyle, whose experience includes directing the Reading-upon-Thames Festival’s cultural programme, which is part of Arts Council England’s ‘Great Places’ scheme and working as a Lead Creative Producer during the 2012 London Olympics.

For the latest information about the project visit www.cirkt.com. 

Kingston University launches their Performance Arts and Community Engagement Programme

Known as PACE, the Performance Arts and Community Engagement programme at Kingston University offers an inclusive platform for students, staff, alumni and members of the local community to come together to enjoy the performing arts. With the exception of the Kingston Singers, all groups are free of charge and range from jazz, musical and physical theatre groups to contemporary music production. To get involved, visit Kingston University, School of Art.