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Telephone: 0117 952 5273 or use the contact form here

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Make your celebration a unique and unforgettable experience

Since time began, people have come together to experience the power of rhythm and make music. They have sat in circles and drummed to celebrate life, as rhythm is a tool for bringing families, friends and communities closer together.

Tell me more about celebration drumming?

  • It's an exciting, unforgettable new experience
  • Everyone, from the youngest, to the oldest can be involved
  • It's a chance to be a participant rather than a spectator
  • We can cater for up to 200 people, all involved in the activity
  • Thousands of years of human history can't be wrong!
  • It's great FUN!
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Do I need some musical experience?

No experience is necessary as our trained facilitators will guide you though playing the drums and rhythm instruments. Drums are the most accessible musical instrument, and you'll be amazed at how quickly you'll be playing expertly together.

Our facilitation techniques ensure that you will have a fantastic time and that no-one is put under any sort of learning or performance pressure. After all, how can you have fun and celebrate if you feel under pressure!

What sort of celebrations can you cater for?

  • Weddings
  • Anniversaries
  • Birthdays
  • Christmas
  • Stag and Hen
  • Office parties
  • Anything else you can think of where you want to celebrate!
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Where could my celebration take place?

  • Hotels
  • Pubs
  • Marquees
  • Community venues
  • Conference centres
  • Houses (indoor/outdoor)
  • Office

What do I need to supply?

We bring all the drums, both large and small, some played with hand, some played with stick. Percussion, shakers and rattles, wood and metal sounds. In fact, something for everyone.

We recommend that an event last about an hour. All we require is a room large enough to cater for the number of participants, with chairs for most of them, arranged in a circle.

Click here for a more detailed description of a drum circle.

Click here for pictures from some of our previous events.

Telephone: 0117 952 5273 or use the contact form here

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