Creatability is back…and bigger than ever!

Our aerial dance product, run in partnership with Barnardo’s Scotland, is for children and young people (aged 4-21) with autism, neurodivergence and/or physical disabilities, and it now includes multiple artform activities

All the activities we offer are free, thanks to generous funding from the Creative Scotland Youth Arts
Access Fund so all participants become members of the ‘Creatability Collective’. Our booking line for the
three different classes opens on Monday 23 August, so book your place now to avoid disappointment.



CREATABILITY is funded by the Scottish Government’s Youth Arts Fund through Creative Scotland with support from Youth Music Initiative and Time to Shine. The Youth Arts Fund ensures creative opportunities for children and young people continue to exist across Scotland despite the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Creative Scotland is the public body that supports the arts, screen and creative industries across all parts of Scotland on behalf of everyone who lives, works or visits. Creative Scotland distributes funding provided by the Scottish Government and The National Lottery. For further information please visit, CreativeScotland and follow @creativescots on Twitter and Instagram.

Creatability Youth Theatre at Beacon Arts Centre

Term: Monday 13 September to Monday 11 October
Sessions: 3.30– 4.00pm (4-7 years); 4.15-5.15pm (8-12 years); 5.30-6.30pm (12-15 years); 7.00-8.30pm (16-21 years)

Creatability Youth Theatre provides a safe and friendly atmosphere for children and young people to channel and express their creativity while building skills in theatre performance, confidence and communication. Participants will be able to explore writing, devising, musical theatre, physical theatre, puppetry, and classical and contemporary theatre.

Creatability Music Makers at Beacon Arts Centre

Term: Tuesday 14 September to Tuesday 12 October

Sessions: 4.15-5.15pm (8-12 years); 5.30-6.30pm (12-15 years); 7.00-8.30pm (16-21 years)


Creatability Music Makers gives children and young people a fantastic opportunity to explore rhythm
and sound through peer and tutor-led instrument teaching, music reading and composing. The classes are designed to provide a safe atmosphere in which participants are encouraged to explore their own voices through music.

Creatability Visual Artists at RIG Arts, Tobacco Warehouse, 11 Clarence Street, Greenock

Term: Tuesday 14 September to Tuesday 12 October

Sessions: 6.30-7.30pm (8-13 years); 7.30-8.30pm (14-21 years)


Creatability Visual Artists is all about encouraging creative freedom. Children and young people will
learn about different ways of creating art from fine art, still life and line art to sculpture, ceramics, design, set design and digital arts. Participants will enjoy a supportive atmosphere among peers.

Creatability Summer School, July 2021

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