New Music, New Audiences

The Beat Project runs a professional 8 piece band playing authentic Jamaican Rocksteady and Ska called The Scorchers.

The band receive a great welcome everywhere they play and are becoming known as one of the best Ska bands around.

 

In addition to their aim of becoming a touring professional band their aim is to bring this genre of music back to mainstream and introduce it to a new generation and people who may have not heard this style before.  

Film making

We make professional films to support people, places and the planet as well as offering a specialist film making service to the Voluntary and Public sector.

For over 20 years we have made issue based documentaries, marketing films, adverts and short films to support charitable purposes and professional animation and graphics for broadcast TV and corporate services. 

We work closely with icarleymedia.co.uk 

Making Music, Changing Lives

The Beat Project has many years of experience in running charitable projects designed to use music and arts and in particular World music and arts to empower and inspire young people and communities.

Our projects include working with the most vulnerable and at risk young people in our society through music and arts to help them reach their potential in life, technical and personal skills including enjoying a better education, having more confidence and self esteem and even gaining qualifications.

We work to bring communities together through running events such as a festival, performance or community workshops and events. We also support campaigns and projects that relieve poverty both in the UK and abroad.

Heritage and Culture

The Beat Project not only love the music of Jamaica but the culture and heritage surrounding it and feel it's important to preserve, teach and document this important part of music history for current and future generations.

 

Projects include telling the story of the Roots of Reggae through a UK theatre tour, heritage projects telling the story of the great artists from 60's Jamaica through to current artists as well as the stories of people who were instrumental in bringing Reggae, Rocksteady and Ska to the UK.

 

We can offer cultural days in schools and colleges through to running world music projects for communities and people who may be disadvantaged for any reason.    

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Inspiring Creativity, Unleashing Opportunity
Registered Charity since 2002