Open Week

Starting next week, from the 27th, The Bunker will be holding an open week which will allow for people of all ages to come in and try a range of activities.

Similar to the Open Day last year in September, anyone with an interest in what The Bunker does will be free to see what goes on. 

The Open Week aims to be accessible by hosting a broad selection (i.e. Music Production, Drum Tuition and maybe even some Spooky Songwriting on the Friday!), and to open up opportunities for those coming along wishing to improve upon talents, socialise and generally get involved in the music scene.

Liam Huitson, Music Business Co-Ordinator added: ‘By providing these workshops, we hope that it encourages people of the community to come forward and have a go at the things  we’re offering. It will give people a chance to experiment with instruments, find something they’re comfortable with and possibly open up pathways to things they may not have considered before.’

The following list shows the activities available on each day of the week

Monday 27th:
-DJ + Music Production
-Drums + Percussion

Tuesday 28th:
-Music + Art
-Guitar Tuition
-Drum Tuition

Wednesday 29th:
-Make Your Own Instrument
-Logic Masterclass
-Singing

Thursday 30th:
-Music + Art

Friday 31st:
-Guitar Tuition
-Music Tech
-Spooky Songwriting

If you want to find out more about the activities on show, you can contact The Bunker directly via email: info@bunkeruk.com

Or alternatively, tel. 0191 567 1777

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Testimonials

The Percy Hedley Foundation (On a Drumming Workshop)

Staff Quote: "It was a very lively session which all the students engaged. It was good for the students to express themselves."

Students Quote: "I liked the drumming, I liked the beats. The teachers were nice, I learnt new skills to do with drumming."

 
2015-10-21T10:12:10+00:00
Staff Quote: "It was a very lively session which all the students engaged. It was good for the students to express themselves." Students Quote: "I liked the drumming, I liked the beats. The teachers were nice, I learnt new skills to do with drumming."  

Barry Hyde, The Futureheads

"The Bunker is a superb place to have in Sunderland, it is a breeding ground for talent and without it I doubt I would have ever become a professional musician. I have been going there for 15 years and it's better than ever. It's soulful, ethical and affordable and the city would be screwed without it. I love it."
2013-08-12T23:38:07+00:00
"The Bunker is a superb place to have in Sunderland, it is a breeding ground for talent and without it I doubt I would have ever become a professional musician. I have been going there for 15 years and it's better than ever. It's soulful, ethical and affordable and the city would be screwed without it. I love it."

Manifesto magazine

“The Bunker improves lives of young people in Sunderland by providing unique opportunities for musicians and amazing support and encouragement of their creativity.”
2013-08-12T23:38:31+00:00
“The Bunker improves lives of young people in Sunderland by providing unique opportunities for musicians and amazing support and encouragement of their creativity.”

Peter Brewis, Field Music

"Sunderland owes a great deal to the Bunker. Not just because of the bands it has helped to nurture. Well known bands reveal only a fraction of the important work that the bunker does. The work the bunker does is truly invaluable and our City cannot do without it!
2013-08-12T23:38:48+00:00
"Sunderland owes a great deal to the Bunker. Not just because of the bands it has helped to nurture. Well known bands reveal only a fraction of the important work that the bunker does. The work the bunker does is truly invaluable and our City cannot do without it!

Sandhill View School

"We are sincerely grateful for The Bunker's contribution and support to the Work Experience Programme. Their work is always very much appreciated"
2013-08-12T23:39:06+00:00
"We are sincerely grateful for The Bunker's contribution and support to the Work Experience Programme. Their work is always very much appreciated"