New Purple Peach Club Night launches at the Level Centre in Rowsley
Part of the exciting new Spring programme at the flagship LEVEL Centre in Rowsley is the first event of its kind in the area – a unique club-style night for people with learning disabilities, their carers and friends.
Those attending are warned to expect a far from ordinary evening, as they journey through unusual visual worlds, strange sounds and chilled out beats in a fun, creative and relaxed atmosphere. There will be several spaces, ranging from loud and lively, calm and creative, to relaxed and social.
New Artistic Director at the LEVEL Centre, Andrew Williams, said of the Club Night: “This event forms part of the Spring celebration of our new programme at LEVEL and the fact that we have been successful in our bid to continue as an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation for the next 3 years. It will be an amazing night out for all concerned and, as with all things LEVEL, people should expect the unexpected.”
The LEVEL Centre, now in its seventh year of operation, continues to explore and promote the creativity of people with learning disabilities locally, regionally, nationally and internationally from its flagship base in rural Derbyshire. Its recent successes have included collaborations with disabled artists at ‘DADAA’ in Australia with its ‘Small World’ digital arts project, and the introduction of Arts Award at LEVEL, where young people with learning disabilities locally completed ‘Discover’, the first rung on the national Arts Award ladder.
The ‘Purple Peach Club Night’ takes place at the LEVEL Centre on Tuesday 24 March from 6.30-10pm. Bar available. Entry is £5 and while payment can be made on the door attenders should book in advance by calling 01629 734848 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.