Loophole Music – providing stimulation and a safe space for self-expression at Bethlem Royal Hospital
Loophole Music is a communal music making project at the Bethlem Royal Hospital in South London supporting patients’ wellbeing and recovery. The Maudsley Charity are generously supporting this project over three years, with funding coming from The National Foundation for Youth Music too.
The Maudsley Charity has written this great article about Loophole Music and the difference their funding is making to patients at the hospital through the project.
“Each Loophole session we do shows us the empowerment that comes from music making. The secret ingredient behind this confidence building exercise is that it is enveloped in fun.”
Kieran Plunkett, facilitator