More Taiko drumming workshops!

Our second Taiko workshop in 2024 is open to all 12+.

Much fun was had in our January workshop. There were 8 people aged 17-‘ancient’. Some completely new to Taiko, some have been before to one of our courses. They learnt how to approach the drums, and quite a few basic rhythms that interlaced with each other. The drums were loud, and it was really nice to see people smiling when enjoying a new cool combination of hits and choreography. We had the big drum out as well, and had a round of really energetic playing. It wasn’t just about drumming – a really nice time was spent together, meeting new people and old friends, catching up after a few years, seeing children growing up.

We are continuing with this offering of a monthly opportunity to get hooked on Taiko.

Come with your family or your friends, make music, increase your heart rate, and be LOUD .

Drum line, ready for one of our summer gigs

Sunday 25th February, 11:00-12:30
Gors community hub, Heol Y Gors, Swansea SA1 6SA

Adults: £15/ £11 concessions
Young people: (12-18): £10/ £8 concessions
Booking Essential!!
 email us:  to book and for details on payment 

Invitation to play Taiko

We love playing the big drums and we want to share this exciting form of group drumming with more people, increase our energy levels, and widen our community. That’s why we are opening up the first hour of our Taiko practice sessions on a weekly basis – come and have a go!

Leave your worries at the door and join the fun! Connect to your body, get fit, be musical, be loud, and meet new people. We will teach the basics starting with how to stand, how to hold the drumsticks and how to hit the drum. Then there will be rhythms and movement and all the fun things.

If you are 16 or older, you are welcome!!

Sessions are Thursdays 7:00 – 8:00pm, more details when booking.

To join the practices you will need to:

  1. Book your place in advance, (£7 per session, £5 concessions), as you go (email for details).
  2. Bring your own ear plugs: the drums are big and LOUD.
  3. Be able to be active for the hour, albeit listening to your body and taking care of your well-being while we practice. Taiko drumming is a physical activity which can be intense at times.
  4. Agree to wear a mask while playing, adhere to physical distancing and the regulations in the hall and not attend with any COVID19/influenza symptoms (please let us know in advance of any exemptions; if unable to arrive due to COVID19 you will be refunded). We keep 3 doors open to allow fresh air and take regular breaks to go outside and remove our masks.

We will supply drums and sticks (bachi). Those who would like to commit to weekly practice, learning, studying at home and stretching their abilities will be encouraged to purchase their own equipment, starting with the bachi.