LEVEL Makes: Adult Sensory Workshop
Six weeks of multi-sensory and interactive sessions for people with Profound Multiple Learning Disabilities.
Each session will focus on a sensory creative experience using performing, visual or digital arts. We will be working with a specialist facilitator to deliver the sessions, with fun sensory materials that will be tailored for each session and to suit the individuals taking part. The sessions will involve movement, sounds, imagery, tactile objects and smells centred around different themes.
LEVEL Centre is an accessible venue. We have some disabled parking in front of the building, as well as mobile hoist and washing facilities onsite.
Our Sensory Play workshops take place on-site at LEVEL Centre. Each session will be on a Monday afternoon from 1.30pm – 3.30pm, from Monday 7 November until 12 December 2022.
£5 per participant per session (£35 for a 6 week block). Essential carers free.
How to join the class
1. Register your interest in joining one of our workshops by clicking the button below, emailing: email@example.com or giving us a call on: 01629 734848
2. We’ll tell you a bit more about the class and ask you some questions
3. Try a taster session on the first day of term
4. Join the class and get creative!
Alfie Heffer: Sensory Workshop Facilitator
Alfie is a theatre maker and producer based in Sheffield, a graduate from Dartington College of Arts and former producer on Sheffield Theatres ‘The Bank’ development programme.
Collaboration, exploration and people are at the heart of Alfie’s practice, whether he is developing a project or making a piece of theatre, it’s the people he is working with that shape and open up new places for the work to happen.
Alfie has made artworks with young people at Forced Entertainment and with Site Gallery’s Society of Explorers. He has made theatre with adults with PMLD at Under the Stars, which debuted at Theatre Deli and as part of the Cultural Olympiad, 2018.
Alfie is the Producer/Director of Tales From The Playground, working with the Zest Centre we aim to bring the communities creative ideas to life in imaginative and surprising public artworks.