On Saturday 7th July a group of young people from the Radio Rush project at Rushbrook youth centre (Totnes) attended the Glas-Denbury Music & Arts Festival.
To promote the project and the involvement of our young people, we spent the day interacting with the public. Interviewing them on a variety of topics, as well as speaking with other young people, stall holders & a range of artists attending the event, like Basil Brush!
Radio Rush is a radio youth-group project that has been running for a year, in the music studio available at Rushbrook. The young people involved consistently take an intuitive approach in leading discussions on current issues and topics like music. From T.V, films, games, & quizzes to life skills and future aspirations… it’s a fun show to entertain all ages.
You can listen to Radio Rush on Spreaker.
“Glas-Denbury truly is a festival like no other. Never have I ever seen a place that oozes as much magic as this”
Feedback from the young people at Radio Rush:
C – I enjoyed interviewing the public and how I interacted with everyone I was interviewing. I also enjoyed the bands and would like to interview more people in the future. There were lots of food and stalls and activities on offer.
CP – I enjoyed meeting all the people we interviewed. I enjoyed the singing and Basil Brush. Would like to do more recording in the future and maybe a video sound show!!
G – I enjoyed interviewing Basil Brush and using the microphone. Would like to do a video show maybe cooking or games on camera!
L – I enjoyed meeting and interviewing Basil Bush as he is famous. Next time I would like to do some singing.
Interviewing on Fashion and identity @ Glas-Denbury
Interviewing Jessica and the Rabbits backstage, before their performance.
Just interviewed THE BASIL BRUSH at Glas-Denbury
A massive thank you to all the young people, parents and staff involved. The young people really enjoyed this and are now planning the next one!