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Louie Le Vack

Song writing
Bognor Regis
Term times
After school
School holidays
Education & training

BA (Hons) in Performance and Creative Enterprise – Guildhall School of Music and Drama  

BTEC Level 3 in Arts Management – Brit School for Performing Arts


Skills & experience

Rap, Spoken Word, Creative Writing, Drama, Script Writing, Performance, Stage Combat Workshop Practitioner

Freelance Practitioner, ​London​ ​— Rap, ​Performance and Creative Writing Facilitator May 2014 – Present

Louie leads workshops in: Rap, Creative Writing, Theatre, Directing and Performance. He works with: PRU Students 9 – 16 years, NEETS 16 – 25 years, SEN(D) Young People, Disabled Adults, Recovering Adults, The Elderly, Primary Schools and 15 – 17 years Young People across London. The organisations Louise has worked for, in order of most recent: Waves Music Therapy, Audio Active, Synergy Theatre, Kids On The Green, The Challenge NCS, 20Stories High Theatre Company, Brighton and Hove PRU, BRIT School, Guildhall, Latimer Road PRU, Peter Gladwin Primary, Let Me Play.

NCS, The Challenge, ​London​ —​ ​Programme Associate Manager – May 2017 – September 2017.

The Delivery ​Assistant Programme Manager​ is responsible for multiple programmes​ running consecutively throughout the summer; ​managing existing relationships with local community partners, overseeing logistics and ensuring high quality delivery of the ​NCS programme.​

The Commission by P.A.C.E (Guildhall), L​ondon​ ​— D​irector April 2019 – June 2019

Commissioned by ​Mikey Asante (Founder of Boy Blue), t​ o produce a show around Protest, at Beaconsfield Gallery Vauxhall. I Directed the piece, as well as writing the script in collaboration with the cast. The company was PACE ,Year 2’s, which is a course at Guildhall.

KidsOnTheGreen,​ London​​—P​rogramme Manager and Lead Coach – March 2018 – September 2018

Employed to run the summer programme at Edward Woods Estate, Latimer Road. My responsibilities were: outreach and recruitment, management of social media and email, maintaining positive relationships with the community and associate partners and delivery of the programme. Sessions varied from: Boxing, Football, Tennis, Arts and Crafts, Rap and Multi Sports

Class Cover and Teaching Personnel, ​Brighton​ —​ Special Education Needs Teaching Assistant


‘Spitting’ their rhymes with Louie alongside them for support created a space for being heard and for students to express themselves in the way that makes sense to them. It gave an opportunity for students to demonstrate respect for those around them by letting people know that they will hear a profanity as part of a lyric – and this brought smiles to the faces of the gathered staff and headteacher as swearing is fairly common in school!

This way of working is effective, immediate and enables students to feel a sense of belonging and brings their awareness to what they can achieve.

It was clear that taking part in the workshops brought about feelings of pride, solidarity and perhaps most importantly gave participants a sense of their ongoing potential as they develop from boys to young men.     Anna Macken – Waves Music Therapy

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