DJ music and VJ visual, karaoke, dance, instrumental and games every Monday

Create and develop visual affects (VJ), learn musical skills in disc jockey (DJ).
Have fun with your favourite music, learn skills in mixing music, visual effects and DJ software.

In the DJ sessions participants focus on learning the skills of selecting and presenting their favourites to others, by using CD or Vinyl turntables. Skills developed include operation of musical equipment and technology, musical appreciation and playing music in succession to entertain, motivate others and enjoy. 

Interakt endeavour to meet the needs of each individual regardless of their ability so that they may experience exciting opportunities, friendships, fun, creativity, confidence and increased sense of empowerment to be all that they can and want to be.  

Sessions are designed so that each group can support another group; for example the DJ music group will create the song play list for the Annual Fashion Show or for the Christmas Disco; the Film Club will film, edit and create a DVD for the groups who perform a play like the Friday Dramatised Story Telling group.  

Interakt also offers one to one support in sessions, travel training, out in the community, CV writing and job coaching.  

Who to contact

Contact Name
Tsippy McAuliffe
Contact Position
Interakt Community Theatre and Arts

Where to go

Morpheus Theatre, Phoenix Centre,
212 Newtown Road
RG14 7EB

Phoenix Centre has wheelchair accessible entrance, allocated parking, refreshments, accessible toilets and changing facilities.

Interakt has an amazing variety of resources to support our participants engage fully and experience the most out of every activity.


Time / Date Details

When is it on
9.00am - 3.00pm (except public and bank holidays)
Time of day

Other Details


Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£48.00 for day sessions, £25 for half day per day


Age Ranges
Referral Details

We welcome the opportunity to work with a wide range of individuals. There is no formal eligibility criteria.  For those who are not technical there is great fun singing, dancing, musical games and instruments.  Sessions are planned to meet the needs of each participant, so that everyone stays safe, gains confidence, makes new friends, is part of a team, gains skills and opportunities are explored for those who want to develop their DJ skills.

Other notes

Free taster sessions are highly recommended as we are convinced that it has to be the right choice in order to grow, stay healthy and be happy".

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