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Battersea Arts Centre beatboxing workshop

Beatboxing Workshops

Battersea Arts Centre, London

Learn how to beatbox in this on-demand workshop from London-based Battersea Arts Centre. Using Mary Shelley's Frankenstein as a source of inspiration, students will learn what happens when music, language and literature combine!

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Learn the fundamentals of beatboxing

In Battersea Art Centre's Frankenstein: How to Make a Monster, six talented performers from BAC Beatbox Academy interpret Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein from their own perspective as young people growing up in 21st-century Britain, exploring how modern monsters are created in today's society.

In this on-demand experience, your class will be able to explore the work through a short documentary and then delve into a pre-recorded beatboxing masterclass with some of the cast - learning how to create an entire musical soundtrack with only their mouths!

Booking this experience will allow you to access a package of resources include the documentary, workshop, Q&A with the cast and written teacher resources.


Presented by Sydney Opera House, HOTA and Battersea Arts Centre.



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