14 - 20 November 2014


Southbank Centre hosts an evening of live performance and debate as part of Parliament Week 2014.

Music has the power to change lives, but do young people have the power to make the change they want through music?

Are we all XFactored out? Is there a place for politics in music? Do you have the power to make the music you want?

A panel of young musicians and decision makers discuss who’s really in charge in an event that includes free live music.

Hosted by Dr Douglas Lonie, Research and Evaluation Manager for the National Foundation for Youth Music.l

Panellists include Luciana Berger MP, Ben Beaumont-Thomas (Commissioning editor for culture at the Guardian) and Kheron Kenardo (AKA K-Hero, part of Wired4Music; the Young Londoners Music Council.) More TBC.

Booking details

No need to book - just turn up!

Cost to attend

This event is free of charge.
Tuesday 18 Nov 2014, 7:30pm - 9:00pm
UK Parliament
The Clore Ballroom at Royal Festival Hall Southbank Centre, Belvedere Rd, London SE1 8XX
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