Kaos Rocks the Festival Hall
Kaos Signing Choir for Deaf and Hearing Children opened Rotary Makes Music with a bang last Thursday. Kids from all our groups, Youth Music Theatre, Organised Kaos, Kids Kaos and Highgate and Blanche Nevile Schools got together to perform 4 joyously received songs, to make sure the evening got off to the best possible start for a packed audience at London's famous Royal Festival Hall. We were especially pleased to welcome our latest group, the Enfield Integrated Signing Choir, for their first Kaos show. This brand new venture incorporates West Lea, Meridian Angel, Raynham and St. John & St. James Schools and all the children taking part had a wonderful experience. We'd like to thank Clive and all our friends at the Rotary Club for inviting us to be a part of this exciting event.
Rotary Youth Makes Music - Royal Festival Hall
Exciting news to start 2018! The Kaos Signing Choir for Deaf and Hearing Children has been asked to perform at the Royal Festival Hall as part of the Rotary Youth Makes Music concert on 22nd February. That's all of us - apart from a few of the younger ones as it's past their bedtimes - so it promises to be a big noise at one of the world's great concert halls. Youth Theatre will be practising their harmonies while planning a show of their own for later in the year, so there's plenty of time to join if you want to be a part of this inspiring, prestigious event. Details of the concert can be found at:
Kaos YMT Christmas Showing
Fun was had by all at the Kaos Youth Music Theatre open workshop. The kids performed improvs, devised sketches, monologues, songs (signed and staged) and even encouraged - or coerced - some crowd participation. It all ended with a Christmas singalong and a warm and fuzzy feeling amongst cast and audience. Plans are afoot for a show next year, so if you know someone aged 11-18 who'd like to be involved, get in touch through the website or just rock up at Jackson's Lane, 5 o'clock Fridays.
The Kaos Organisation is a Youth Arts Charity based in Haringey, North London. We run weekly workshops and holiday arts projects and regularly stage performances, concerts and multi-media projects created especially by and for young people. We also facilitate workshops for schools and youth organisations.
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