PROJECT: Rebel Music Time Machine

Running a festival with young people aged 13 – 17 years old attending? 

Rebel Music Time Machine explores how movements like punk, reggae, house or grime unify people and have created social and political change from the 1950s into to the future!

jim8track (Camp Bestival, 8track) provides the tracks that timeline popular music, while educator and activist Malcolm Richards speeds through the social and cultural impacts on us over the decades. 

Our student-led sessions involve debate and discussion, and sometimes even our legendary impromptu jam sessions.

In 2019, we delivered creative and cultural music education at festivals, fiestas or village fetes including:

  • Crediton Diversity Festival, Devon,
  • Tropical Pressure, Cornwall,
  • Campo Sancho, Hertfordshire.

Email theroadschool@gmail.com for more information and availability during 2020.

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