A New Season Of Creative Learning 

Published on 5th October 2022

Our New Season Of Creative Learning Classes Has Arrived! 

Whether you’d like to try your hand at a new skill, meet new people, or reconnect with an old hobby, we have classes that cater to all ages and abilities. This is the perfect opportunity to spend more time doing the things you love.  

This autumn/winter season we have some fantastic new additions to our Creative Learning calendar – making it easier than ever to find a class you will love. 

Classes go on sale Wed 10 August, 10am! Members enjoy priority booking from Mon 8 August, 10am. Become a Brewery Arts Member here.

Classes For Adults 

Arts and Crafts

We have a wide range of art and craft classes to help you release that creative energy – all taught by friendly and experienced tutors. This season we have introduced How to Use a Sewing Machine to give you the confidence to get your sewing machine out from the cupboard and put it to work with textiles and fabrics. There are also brilliant beginner sessions to learn new skills like Black And White Film Photography, Life Drawing, and Oil Painting. And of course, our popular Art In The Bar sessions which feature a variety of craft lessons accompanied by delicious pizza. To view all our adult arts and craft classes click here. 


Feeling musical? Start singing and socialising with our brilliant bunch in the Brewery Arts Choir! Or if you are tuning into the idea of learning an instrument, then why not try our Beginner Ukulele lessons. It is easy to learn a few chords and strumming patterns that will enable you to play some well-known songs.  


Dance and Theatre

Our popular Mature Movers class is a brilliant opportunity to socialise while keeping fit. Act Your Age continues this season which is a brilliant way to reconnect with past talents or simply unleash your theatrical side. This is a sociable group where you will also learn and develop acting skills without pressure.  

Mature Movers

Classes For Young People 

Arts and Crafts

Classes such as Makers Club, Art Explorers, and Artseen will continue for children to immerse themselves in a number of projects and take inspiration from a diverse range of artists and makers. Equally, we have introduced workshops such as Fashion Futures where young people with a specific interest can learn more about the topic they love. To view all our arts and craft classes for young people click here. 


Last season we introduced Young Music Producers where young people came together to write and record their own music. Following its success, we have introduced Electronic Music Production for ages 15-19 who wish to also explore beat making, synth programming and lyric writing.  

Dance and Theatre

Our well-loved performance classes continue this term taught by Emily Davies our Dance Coordinator, and Emily Baxter our Theatre Coordinator. Stage Stars returns for young children to move, create and play while working on different skills for the stage. Equally our usual youth dance and drama lessons all continue this season which offer young people of all ages and abilities the opportunity to develop their skills, make new friends, and most importantly have fun. You can view all our young people’s dance and drama classes here. 

Creative Learning Stage Stars

If you have any questions about our creative learning classes please contact kate.lund@breweryarts.co.uk 

To view our full range of classes, click here

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