We believe people with learning disabilities should have a musical life that is interactive, that enhances their lives and learning


"Our child is generally denied access to universal services due to his disabilities and vulnerability. Families need this kind of provision as it has huge benefits to the child attending which impacts on his happiness, behaviour, self-esteem and family life in general"


Author: Jo Colton

Schools and Hubs

“Excellent… gives staff new insights into their pupils and their abilities and potential”


Author: Mark Smyth

Location: Cornerstone Art Centre,Didcot,


"Soundabout’s aim to give disabled children and adults a voice through the use of music, rhythm and sound is something we can both support and enhance"


Author: Mia Waldock

Upcoming Music Making Sessions

  • Southern Lights Multi - Sensory Music Festival

    Journey to the ends of the earth with us this winter for a musical adventure Read more

  • Storytelling Through Music - All Ages

    Where will this musical tale take you Read more

  • Sounds Modern - Children and Teens

    This exciting session uses gadgets and tech to make music digitally Read more

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