Militant Girlfriend bring you a workshop in creating 2 part vocal lines. After around 6 months of writing music together, harmonies have become the main focus of our songs. We like to play around with our voices and use them to support one another’s individual styles. We hope to show you how our songs evolve from basic ideas to fully formed bangers. If you have a melody or some lyrics in mind, bring them along and we can work on them together. If not you can use a militant girlfriend song or bring one of your favourite tunes to try out some techniques. Come and sing with us!
Militant Girlfriend are barmaids, best friends (Liv Wynter – artist & Caitlin King), and a queer as fuck pop punk band from South East London.
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£5 (price + booking fee)
No one turned away for lack of funds.
Email email@example.com in advance for a free place.
Only 15 spots available.
Your ticket money goes to paying £50 to the workshop facilitator and enabling others to attend the workshop for free.
💖 About First Timers Fest 💖
FTF is a season of workshops followed by a two-day festival where every band plays its first show. FTF is about getting new faces and voices in bands, and doing something about the lack of diversity in the make-up of the DIY music community.
As a direct way of addressing the lack of diversity in the make-up of the DIY music community, our workshops centre people who are disabled (visible or non-visible), LGBTQIA+ folk, people of colour, and women. As well, we are here to support people who have never played in a band before // never played the instrument they’ve always wanted to learn before because of their class, race, gender, mental health, etc.
Our 2018 festival will be taking place on May 5th & 6th 2018. Applications are open until 1st March: goo.gl/jSZRk3
For other First Timers Fest 2018 info:
FTF 2018 Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/
FB page: First Timers Fest
Email: dsflfirsttimers [at] gmail.com
💖 About the venue, DIY Space for London 💖
DIY Space for London is on a single floor level, with access ramps, widened doors, an accessible toilet and plenty of space for manoeuvring and getting away from crowds. There is plenty of seating available and the toilets are gender neutral and accessible.
On entering the venue there is a small ramp, which is quite steep and might require assistance going up and down. If you are a wheelchair user and not travelling with anyone, let us know in advance you are coming so someone at the venue can be there to assist.
If you would like to discuss access, please get in touch or visit our website: https://
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone – 020 7635 9470 (Leave a message and we will respond)
Postal – 96-108 Ormside St, London SE15 1TF
Response time – Someone will be able to respond within 5 days
Our volunteers are happy to meet event attendees at the nearest bus stop, please contact to arrange.
DIY Space has an Access Group that is always working to improve accessibility. Most recently it worked towards making DIY Space For London the UK’s first volunteer-run venue to achieve Bronze status on the Charter of Best Practice from Attitude Is Everything – a charity that improves Deaf and disabled people’s access to live music.