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Introducing ChapelFM Arts Centre in Leeds


On 19th October 2019, the first of the fully-funded workshops for the Dwarfism will take place at ChapelFM Arts Centre in Leeds.  The What’s Your Story Podcasting workshop aims to allow  Dwarf people to develop their confidence in telling our stories and narratives.

In the video above, Steph Robson, aka HelloLittleLady, talks to Adrian Sinclair, co-director of the centre, about what participants can expect when they visit ChapelFM, how the building is accessible and what we;ll be doing in the workshop on the day.

About ChapelFM Arts Centre, Leeds

“Chapel FM is a community arts centre located to the east of Leeds. Opened in 2014 it has a performance space, broadcast studios, café and meeting space…all in a beautifully renovated former Methodist Chapel. First and foremost it is there for people of all ages to develop their own ideas and creativity. Radio and broadcasting has always been at the heart of our work at Chapel FM, with people aged 3 to 87 years, making all kinds of programmes and podcasts every day of the week.”
“We’ve always strived to have a completely inclusive approach and that’s why we are so happy to be working with Steph and offering the “What’s Your Story” podcasting workshops to the Dwarf community. We are very much looking forward to welcoming people to Chapel FM on Saturday 19th October.” – Adrian Sinclair.

Join us on the day?

If you would like to participate in the workshop or know of anyone with dwarfism who would like to join us, you can find out more information about the day here or register your interest over here.  The deadline has been extended to Friday 11th  October 2019.

Please email me at steph@hellolittlelady.com if you have any questions about the workshop or you would like a transcript of this video.

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