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AudioActive to provide free music workshops for young people in Crawley

AudioActive, a non-profit community music organisation, now has a new studio space in Crawley owing to an exciting collaboration with the Crawley Film Initiative. The new site is to be based at CFI's base at The Crawley Museum.

Not only is the suite kitted out with cutting-edge music equipment, but individuals who attend the free courses may also use video editing software, giving them vital skills for future employment.

Following on from their last pop-up venue in Crawley, which was a converted shipping container turned into a music studio, the space will hold music sessions lead by AudioActive's professional artists and do so for six months.


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