dBs Plymouth and ACC Students to Perform at Walk This Way

Join dBs Institute Plymouth and Access Creative College students this Saturday, as they provide the soundtrack for the city's Walk This Way event.

This Saturday, students from dBs Plymouth and Access Creative College will be jumping on the decks at the Armada Way Piazza in Plymouth City Centre for Walk This Way

The event in Plymouth is completely free to attend, suitable for all ages and will feature performances from actors, singers and musicians from the Barbican Theatre, live graffiti, parkour athletes and demos from a crew of skaters from Plymouth's Prime Skatepark- soundtracked by ACC students DJ Ominous, DJ Jim and DJ JayCeeBeat. Connor Reed, dBs Plymouth student on the Electronic Music Production course, has also created a hip hop medley 


With the aim of bringing together schools, community groups, local organisations and other educational institutions to celebrate Plymouth, Walk This Way promises a "slice of nostalgia" with a "live show full of the 80s, 90s and 00s - bright, bold and full of fun. Expect punk-rock catwalks, parkour, voguers, roller disco, breaking, skateboard stunts, and stories of our city, from the perspectives of the millennials! Walk This Way brings together pro artists plus schools, community groups and local organisations for an entertaining, energetic afternoon of performances."

The event is completely free to attend, so if you're in Plymouth this Saturday (18th June), head down to Armada Way Piazza to join in the fun!

You can also keep up with the action on Instagram, by following @dbs_institute @accesscreativecollege @barbican_theatre & @primeskatepark.

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A photo collage including a eurorack synth, a female student wearing a Playstation virtual reality headset, two students using a Ableton Push 2 controller, a tutor and students using a mixing console and a student behind a Korg MS-20 synth