Christmas Came Early… – Livewire

Christmas Came Early…


Christmas came early…

Enter Shikari

…for a lucky few of our young people this weekend. They met the band ‘Enter Shikari’, when they played a gig at Plymouth University on Saturday 8th December – a massive thank you to the band and their management.

It wouldn’t be true to say that Livewire can introduce our young members to top bands all the time, but it certainly happens and it’s always inspirational. Sometimes these bands even gig in our own venue right here in Saltash.

If you aspire to be a songwriter, musician, recording, sound or lighting engineer, then Livewire is for you. If you don’t know what you want to be but would like to have a go at all of it, Livewire is also for you. It’s all FREE if you’re aged between 13-21.

In just a short time, the band you form at Livewire could be supporting major national touring acts like ‘Bad Touch’ or ‘The Quireboys’, playing to a full house. If you want an adrenaline rush, this is one of the best you’ll ever get.

All of this is on offer to you, right now. All you need to do is come along and get involved. Did we mention it’s FREE? It’ll change your life in ways you may not have dreamed of. Or maybe you have, but just didn’t know how you’d do it?

We’re also brilliant at supporting young people with anxiety and all sorts of other issues and we will always provide a listening ear and help for those going through a tough time. This is REAL help as well, from our onsite professional counselling team. No long waits, no fob offs.

DO IT NOW!

Our sessions run from 7pm – 9.30pm Mondays and Thursdays. On Wednesdays we run a junior session from 6.30pm – 8.30pm for school year 6 to 8.

Just come along and get involved, or message Andy Rance, on 01752 843570, or andy@livewireyouth.com

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