The Track Record of Creative Performance’s work is:-

September 2017 – July 2018: Saturday Mornings Free Fun packed Activities Club.

Funded by John Lyon’s Charity

July 2016 – Free Summer holidays Activities 

Funded by John Lyon’s Charity

April 2016 – St. Raphael’s Easter Play Activities

Arts based Easter activities for young people living on St. Raphael’s Estate.

Funded by: CVS Brent; Well London

June 2013: Chalkhill Well London Activities

Funded by: Well London

February 2012: Unity Centre’s Olympics-themed workshops.

Young people created many flags of the countries that participated in the Olympics. Participated in cooking Olympic foods from Europe and were involved in some of the sporting exercises which were at the Olympics such as running races and acrobatics.

Funded by: Lottery Fund and Catalyst Housing

October 2011: Unity Centre’s Black History Festival

We worked with the children helping them to be aware of prominent Black Leaders through art and craft; recognize black food in healthy eating workshops. Other activities were Black yoga and Capoeira – a dance and physical exercise art form which originates from Brazil. They also visited The London Museum to listen to the history of classical storytelling and calypso music.

Funded by:  Lottery Funds    

July – August 2010 : Unity Centre’s Summer Festival

For the last couple of years we have been working at The Unity Centre running workshops and highlighting the children’s work through Showcases. The children were also taken out on trips to see The Lion King.

Funded by: NWLCF; Grassroots Grants – Fair Share 

2009 – Toured – Leona Nearly Does Not Make It To The Circus – Schools in Hounslow

This was a drama and circus related play followed by workshops and discussions. We visited many schools in Hounslow.

Funded by: Allianz PetPlan

July – August 2009: Produced Hillingdon Summer Festival toured all the playschemes in Hillingdon
We toured Hillingdon playschemes and ran circus skills workshops throughout the summer.

Funded by: Hillingdon Federation of Community Associations 

March 2008: Toured Drugbusters at Brent’s youth clubs

This was a theatre-in-education project highlighting the dangers of being roped into taking drugs and making young people aware of addictive behaviour.

Funded by: Brent Drug Preventions

July – August 2005: Produced Brent Summer Festival touring all the libraries in Brent

This Festival toured all the libraries in Brent and consisted of hosting visiting performers such as Magicians; Clowns; Wizards and Puppeteers to perform.

Funded by: Brent Connexions

1999 – 2001: Creative Performance After School Arts Club based at Willesden Green Library

This work consisted of running after school workshops in drama; physical theatre; and dance with showcases.

Funded by: N.W. London Tech