Greenwich & Lewisham Young People’s Theatre hosts nights out at Tramshed for clubbers with learning disabilities.

Greenwich & Lewisham Young People’s Theatre is starting a series of club nights for adults with learning disabilities.

On Friday, August 10 the Tramshed in Woolwich will open its doors to clubbers with learning disabilities, their carers and friends.

The pilot series for this idea was tested in 2015.

As well as a DJ and dance floor decked out in full disco mode, the nights are now spilling over into a chill-out room too.

The second room will feature relaxing music and activities for anyone who needs a break from the boogie.

The event is run in partnership with Oxleas NHS Trust Tickets: £5. Carers go free.


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