MK - CEN - Booking

Milton Keynes {UK}

Central Library

Postcode MK9 3HL


Join in with our upbeat rhythms and mantras like "Believe in the world, believe in yourself". Participate with air-drumming, body-tapping, box-drumming and drum-sticks. All equipment is provided. Our methodology suits all ages and abilities.

Free to register ~ be a supporter and make a contribution:

Our library events are 'open-access' - you don't need to pay, but we are grateful if you can make a contribution of £3, £5 or £10.


Registered participants will be invited to join 10 minutes early.
All participants with or without registration will then be welcome.

Latecomers are welcome but to keep the session flowing, please join on the periphery.

All young people and children are to be accompanied by an adult care-giver at all times.

Practice at home, or at school:

We have plenty of resources including weekly webcasts/ live-streams for you to practice in your own time. See our meditation video at

Tutorial resources for teachers and facilitators:

Teachers / Facilitators can get full accessto use our resources in schools and organisations. Prices start from £49 a year for 1 setting. These resources are great to use not only in a music lesson but also in a classroom or yeargroup setting as a daybreaker in registration time.

The benefits of drumming:

You've probably heard that drumming improves mental health and better wellbeing? It reduces tension, anxiety and stress, calms the mind and releases endorphins.

Did you know that it also strengthens neurological pathways? Plus, drumming at our social events helps strengthen the feeling of unity, connectedness and togetherness!


Visit our online shop for our t-shirts produced using 100% renewable energy, made with 100% organic cotton and printed with our rhythms and mantras!

Feedback and share your experience:

We hope you have a positive experience. Please share your feedback with us and please consider recommending the sessions with your community.

This project has been developed with support from Arts Council England and has been scheduled at libraries in Birmingham, Manchester and Milton Keynes, with plans to visit more areas in the near future.