Wetherspoons offer for Golden Songs

Wetherspoons are supporting VML with a great offer for Golden Songs from the Silver Screen ticket holders.

For anyone coming to see Golden Songs on May 23rd, on production of their ticket they will discount all food at 20% at the Ferry Boat For a great night out you can get a massive saving at Wetherspoons in Runcorn and a great show afterwards! Thanks to our Golden Songs director Adam Choat for setting this up.

Next half-term workshop – Variety!

We are pleased to announce our next  FREE half term workshop which be a Variety Show.

The sessions will run from 1-4pm Monday to Saturday with a 7pm performance on Saturday 4th June. Drinks and snacks will be provided on Saturday in the break between the workshop and the performance.

Please note that although the workshop and performance will take place at our regular venue of St Michael’s church, this is not a church related activity and anyone of any belief or non-belief is welcome.

If you would like to be involved or have children who would, please fill in the form and we will get back to you. You can also sign up on our Facebook page.

New co-opted member

Victoria Music is proud to announce that at last nights Trustee meeting Kirsty Walker was co-opted onto the committee to utilise her experience and expertise in order for us to enhance the logistics of the charity and take the aims forward. Kirsty is a fountain of knowledge and will be a tremendous asset to our future, experienced in bid making she will help us to structure the charity so that we can move further into the community and into the wider area; encompassing arts in education as has been started this week by Rob Littler with the Vikings.

“I have worked with VML for 18 months now and have thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity. I have previous experience of running a charity with a large budget and multiple projects and also of fundraising, and I am very pleased to giving back to VML by helping them in this way”. Kirsty said.

VML to work with Vikings on ‘Viking Rap’

VML are pleased to announce that  they have been commissioned to create the ‘Vikings Rap’ in a joint project. Leader Rob Littler will be joining Beck Jones of Vikings Health in going into 25 schools throughout the borough and running workshops.

The first part of the workshop will be a Q and A session on the charity and why community arts is important, then the students will hear a rap backing track created by Rob and make up their own rap. The best one will be adopted by the Vikings and played at the stadium before the match on July 21st.

Our Stars for April

Martina, Jamie, Iona, Shannon and Julian Keith-Stewart 

Richard and Izzy Thomas

Lexi Littler

for rattling buckets at the Vikings Stadium


Sandra Pickersgill 

Alice Gaskell

for their kind cash donations


Louise @ Rhona’s Flower Shop 

for her kind donation of fabric for costumes