Here We Are!! Introducing the recently formed The Music Man Project Brentwood (in Partnership with Frontline) which has now taken up residency in Eagle Hall, Warley. It is a fun, fabulous, and full of heart, music activity for adults with learning disabilities.
There are two Music Man sessions every Tuesday (during term time). The sessions incorporate singing, signing, and the playing of instruments along to songs written by the project's founder David Stanley. The music is designed for all abilities and so all those who attend: Participants, carers, support workers and volunteers are therefore able to join in the merry music-making in whatever way they wish or feel able.

However, the music is not restricted to just being heard in the Tuesday sessions. No, members can be seen and heard treading the boards on platforms both locally and nationally because one of the core aims of the project is to provide performance opportunities where members can share their talent with a wider audience, and the Brentwood group are looking forward to their first concert in the Summer.

If this project appeals to you or someone you know then general information about both The Music Man Project, and Frontline Partnership who are running the Brentwood group can be found on their websites and should you wish to come along to see what we do or to actually attend a session please contact us. Allison and Kayleigh who run the sessions look forward to welcoming you along to a session soon!
Music Man sessions run on Tuesdays during school term time. Two sessions are available
10:00AM to 12:00PM and
1:00PM to 3:00PM
To book, call: 07511 824170 or email

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