Lakeside Arts
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Lakeside Arts
Event Detail
with Danny Ladwa

School of Beatbox

Tuesday 06 April, 10.30am
Live streamed event

Children & Families
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1 hour (no interval)
Suitable for ages 8-12

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Danny is a UK championship beatboxer with over 15 years teaching experience and over 25 years experienced as a professional recording and touring musician. He aims to equip young people with the sounds, skills and breathing techniques in order to beatbox and then encourages them to find their own unique sound and to express their own unique musicality.

This beatbox workshop is a space for children to discover and explore the power in their voice.

About the Danny Ladwa (click to expand)

Black and white photo of Danny Ladwa leaning against brick wall

Danny Ladwa, formerly known as ‘Lyrikool Lipz’ started writing lyrics from the age of 11 before discovering his talent for beatboxing. Born in Nottingham and from Indian heritage, Danny his free time as a youth composing songs and soundtracks in his head, mostly on the fly. 

In 2006 Danny collaborated with Gaudi and the Live Dub Laboratory at the Glade Festival. Danny then featured later on Gaudi’s album No Prisoners on the track ‘Brainwashed Again’.

For many years Danny has been teaching and coaching people in the art of human beatboxing. His energy and magnetism inspires young people and he believes that we all have something to say and that it is just about finding the courage and the right medium to express it!