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young people in their journey to become active contributors to society, empowering them to make positive life choices, raising hopes and aspirations, developing self-worth and self-esteem, raising educational achievement.
and working closely with organisations from all sectors (private, public, third, faith) to identify and address some of the tough issues obstructing young people from realising their potential.
and infrastructure to enable young people from West London and further afield to engage in the arts through three key areas: professional development, learning and participation, and live events.
and Christian values. Creating opportunities for young people to explore and respond to issues of faith and spirituality as part of their personal and moral development.
and nurturing the best of the best through artist development; building up unique and gifted individuals; being socially and morally conscious with the character, capacity and platform to influence culture in a positive way.
a professional organisation that is locally rooted through community engagement but globally minded through artist development with the capacity, resources and connections to achieve our outcomes.
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What People Say
“Ealing Music Service recognises the excellence of Acts 29 in providing performance opportunities for children and young people.”Yogesh Dattani, Head of Ealing Music Service
“Building upon the foundations of a successful youth arts programme in Ealing, Acts 29 have expanded into Hillingdon and are already beginning to make their presence felt.”Charlotte Baldwin, Arts Programming Officer, Hillingdon
“I really do believe this could be the start of a revolution in terms of access to opportunity for kids as there is a real gap in provision for them in this style of music.”Guy Forbat, Music Teacher
“Acts 29 makes a significant contribution to our community – especially our younger members – through the empowerment of music. This gives them confidence in themselves which helps them to have the courage to aspire and to achieve.”Angie Bray MP, Ealing Central and Acton
“The Youth Festival at the Old Vinyl Factory was a brilliant event and a credit to the staff of Acts29. It brought together young people from all the diverse communities of Hayes who had a great time listening to quality music in a friendly and welcoming environment. I am looking forward to seeing similar popular and well-organised events in the future.”David Brough, Chairman Hayes Town Partnership