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Whit Events

Wonders of Wythenshawe half term Whit Events Part 2.

After the success of the Easter Events we are going to fine tune those skill gained to start creating the final pieces. If your new to StreetArt or StreetDance, your still welcome to come along and join in and show us your skills or learn new ones!!

Dates:

May 26th – 10am to 3.30pm Street Art (Fully Booked!!)
May 27th – 10am to 3.30pm Street Dance (Day 1)
May 28th – 10am to 3.30pm Street Art (Day 2)

 

StreetArt

Using spray paint and paint pens to develop art work of places of interest around Wythenshawe’s heritage, to be included on the 5th September’s showcase at the Forum.

StreetDance

Learning and developing fast paced Street Dancing to accompany the Street Art for the final show on 5th September!

 

 

 

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