Sounds Well Good is a programme for adults across Dumfries and Galloway. It provides a unique opportunity to ‘jam’, experiment with different instruments, and develop songs together in a social and inclusive setting.

Workshops are designed to support participants in experimenting with music, musical instruments and singing/songwriting/spoken word - building confidence in their own musical abilities, and working towards regular performances throughout the year.

All sessions are lead by a group of professionally trained Paragon musicians and practitioners who specialise in supporting people with access requirements.

Sounds Well Good is run in partnership with Leonard Cheshire, Theatre Royal Dumfries and The Millennium Centre in Stranraer and with support from Dumfries and Galloway Council.

* Please note that our regular group workshops have now finished as we take a break for the summer holidays - we'll be back at the end of August, so keep your eyes peeled for new dates! *

Thanks to funding support from Third Sector Dumfries and Galloway we are able to offer Sounds Well Good workshops FREE of charge.

All other Paragon workshops are offered on a pay-what-you-can basis. If you would like to support our work independently you can make a donation, or start your own Paragon fundraiser, here

Please note that places must be reserved in advance of payment - for more information or to reserve a place please contact our Resonate Director, Charlotte Riley Gibson, at [email protected]