People’s History Museum invite babies, tots and little ones to get musical during lockdown with digital sing-a-long sessions. Taking place each month, My First Protest Song continues the age-old tradition of expressing ideas through music, introducing children to this social storytelling method by asking them to make some noise, tap their toes and sing some songs.

Hosted by singer-songwriter Matt Hill, these digital sessions can be enjoyed from the comfort of your own home and aim to cover a range of different folk and protest songs made famous by world-renowned talents like Bob Marley, Joni Mitchell and Bob Dylan. Hill encourages participants to come armed with an eagerness to get involved and welcomes any instruments you may have to hand – even those made from household objects.

The next edition of My First Protest Song is due to take place at 11am on Saturday 6 March, with additional sessions scheduled for Thursday 1 April and Saturday 1 May 2021. Tickets are available to book from £6, £2 and a free option – to secure yours, simply head to the Eventbrite page or follow the booking button below.

A Manchester Wire Partnership post
Sat 6 Mar - Sat 1 May, 11am - 11.40am, People's History Museum,
Left Bank, Spinningfields, Manchester City Centre, M3 3ER
, Free
Simon Bland
Published on:
Wed 3 Mar 2021