There’s an army of music fans waiting to be unleashed…
Live music, there’s nothing like it. The floor shakes, your ears ring, hundreds of people singing together. Sitting at home with the stereo on? There’s no competition.
People with a learning disability don’t always get that choice, though. You might need support with booking tickets, finding the venue, buying refreshments, and getting home late at night. But of course, if you love music, it’s worth it.
Everyone should be able to enjoy live music as much as anybody else - without the experience being ruined by bad attitudes, bad facilities or bad planning. Our Little Noise Sessions are all about getting everyone out for a great night of music.
There are thousands of rock ‘n’ roll obsessed, reggae loving, soul singing, jazz collecting, pop fans out there, who happen to have a learning disability. Let’s make sure the next time they want to see a gig, they can go.
This year's Little Noise Sessions take place 16-20 November at Union Chapel in Islington, London. The line up is yet to be announced but save the dates and don't miss our updates!
- Sign up to our Little Noise Sessions newsletter and be among the first to find out who’s playing this year and when tickets go on sale
- Are you a music lover with a learning disability and are aged 18-35? If so, complete our online music survey and help us raise awareness about what matters most to you
- Excited about this year’s event? See pictures from Little Noise Sessions 2014 in our Facebook gallery and our highlights video
Find out about the acts that have played Little Noise Sessions over the years - and watch our videos!