FOLLOWING their cracking Bestival show, freshly brewed rap duo Too Many T's will host a workshop at Rob da Bank's Music Club.
The next club event, for teenagers with an interest in music, will be held at Quay Arts, Newport, on Tuesday, January 29, evening.
As well as the rapping and beat boxing workshop hosted by Too Many T's, who specialise in fat beats and funky rhymes with a comical swagger, there will be instrumental, singing, audio visual and radio presenting workshops.
Island singer songwriter Emmy J Mac and Buddy Carson will return with their Stand Up for Lyricism workshop, showing budding singers, rappers and spoken word artists how to make their voices heard.
Bestival curator Rob said: "My music club is the place to be on the Isle of Wight if you want to get into music — it's that simple. Be there!"
The evening will include a performance by music club students, with visuals and lighting provided by the students themselves, which will be recorded for Isle of Wight Radio and Bestival.tv.
Anyone who wants to perform or present the radio show, which includes interviewing and announcing acts, can sign up on the night or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The free event for 14 to 18 year olds, run by the Bestival Foundation and Isle of Wight Youth Trust, starts at 5pm. There will be free taxis from Island schools, which can be booked by emailing the above address.