Brighton and Eastbourne
And the surrounding areas...
Sensory music classes & birthday parties for babies, toddlers & preschoolers
Brighton, Hove, Burgess Hill & Eastbourne
My name is Kelly and I am the Music Bugs Franchisee for Brighton, Hove and Eastbourne. (along with surrounding areas)
I have a little girl of my own and have seen first hand the importance of music and singing in the development of her early language and communication skills as well as her social and physical development. Children have a natural enthusiasm for music and play and I believe that, by sharing and encouraging this enthusiasm, we can give them the best possible start in life.
At Music Bugs, we provide gently structured, play-based sessions for children from birth where they can develop, grow and have fun in a multi-sensory environment. Our 40 minute classes are full of fun and excitement with a large variety of fantastic props such as puppets, parachutes, pom poms, bubble machines, floaty scarves, teddies and of course our amazing Hobby Horses. We will sing nursery rhymes, counting songs, finger play rhymes, knee bouncers and action songs and allow you and your child to relax, have fun together and make lots of new friends!
Why not book a taster session or take advantage of our offer of three taster sessions for just £10 and join us for some serious fun and music making? Discounts are available for siblings and extra childmindees and we can’t wait to welcome you all to our classes.
Some of the lovely feedback we've received from Music Bugs parents
My son Lorcan loves Kelly’s classes on Friday at Westows, she’s very talented and great with the children. It’s so much fun. Xx
Nicky – Hove
“Our Music Bugs party with Kelly was brilliant – she entertained twenty 3 year-olds for an hour and they loved every minute! It was a perfect mix of singing along to their favourite songs, dancing, bubble catching and parachute games – some farmyard animals even appeared too! I would thoroughly recommend a Music Bugs party for any children who love having fun with music.”
J Roberts, Hove