Shake Rattle & Roll – our fun and interactive music sessions for babies and toddlers – returns for 2020…
Whether you’re a Shake Rattle & Roll regular, or have never been before, join us to explore instruments, create sounds, sing songs, dance, move, socialise and make a big noise!
Aimed at children aged 0-4, Shake Rattle & Roll is a great activity for families to share – all in a relaxed and fun atmosphere.
Shake Rattle & Roll is completely free to attend, and is led by Beth Bishop – an experienced music leader who specialises in working with Early Years.
Sat 29 Feb, Sat 28 Mar
Two sessions available –
2-2.45pm or 3-3.45pm
Please note we’ll be releasing tickets towards the start of each month.
Music Space, Z-arts, 335 Stretford Rd, Manchester M15 5ZA
How to book
To manage numbers we ask that you register a place through Eventbrite. Sessions are limited to 25 children – first come, first served.
Shake Rattle & Roll music sessions can:
- Help to develop communication, language and speech
- Improve coordination and motor skills
- Build social skills (amongst parents too!)
- Encourage self-confidence and self-awareness
- Support exploration, play and learning in a safe environment
- Promote the parent/child bond with activities to do at home
Instruments, changing facilities, floor mats, comfy chairs and refreshments are all provided.
The age range is flexible.
We recommend a maximum of 2 adults per child. If you would like to bring more, or if you have any other questions, please contact Lucy Wallace at email@example.com
We also sell exclusive Shake Rattle & Roll CDs with new songs composed by Beth as well as old favourites for every family to enjoy at home. Here’s Volume 4 for you to enjoy…
More photos can be found on our Shake Rattle & Roll picture gallery.
Shake Rattle & Roll is delivered in partnership with Z-arts. Supported by Youth Music as part of the Alliance for a Musically Inclusive England, and made possible by funding from the National Lottery via Arts Council England. Shake Rattle & Roll is also supported by Manchester City Council and Greater Manchester Combined Authority.