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Oscar winning DJ and Producer Mark Ronson makes a special visit to Unitas Youth Zone in Barnet, North London to offer young people a masterclass in music production. The Youth Zone is a member of the national Onside Youth Zones network and has the unique opportunity to welcome Ronson in to work with members and put the state-of-the-art music studio to work recreating famous tracks.
Unitas has been designed by young people, to offer the best for them and their peers. Offering young people aged 8-19 (and up to 25 for those with additional needs) somewhere to go, something to do and someone to talk to, the incredible £6.5million centre boasts an array of world class facilities with at least 20 different activities on offer each evening. From sports in the four-court Sports Hall, Fitness Suite, Boxing room and on the rooftop 3G pitch to music, arts, employability and enterprise workshops, a giant climbing wall, a mentoring kitchen, hot meals for £1 and much more, young people will pay just £5 per year to be a member and 50p each time they visit.
Tony Lewis, CEO of Unitas Youth Zones said:
“It’s been a pleasure to welcome Mark Ronson to Unitas. We are grateful to him for giving his time to create something unique for the young people in the session today. The atmosphere in the studio has been incredible and unforgettable for those involved. Giving the best opportunities to young people, from a state-of-the-art Youth Zone to a production session with Mark Ronson, inspires them to strive for better in their lives and we have seen a real enthusiasm and hope from this session.”