Mods: Shaping a Generation Mods: Shaping a Generation told the story of a 1960s first youth subculture through a major exhibition at Soft Touch Arts and New Walk Museum . .


A snapshot of a week at Soft Touch and what projects you can refer young people to. Click the links to find out about projects and referral processes. donate promotional products for creative projects at Soft Touch

Get a free tea or coffee and maybe win the lottery!

Launch of the 2018 Pulled Both Ways social action films made by young people in Leicester and sponsored by Glynis Wright & Co at Soft Touch Arts

The lovely Pop Up Stands UK people have given us a free promotional banner

We’re looking for sMASHing chefs and local businesses that love food and want to make a difference to the lives of young people in need in Leicester.

Symphonize 26 January 2018 Sue Townsend Theatre.

We get great feedback from businesses that book and we can tailor activities to suit your team.

Support our upcoming MiXT Up showcase!

Soft Touch Arts is delighted to announce it has bagged £2,000 from a Tesco funding scheme.

We are pleased to announce that PPL PRS Ltd Leicester has chosen Soft Touch Arts as their charity of the year!

Established Leicestershire artists support local arts charity to raise funds through ‘first of it’s kind’ art auction in Leicestershire

Did you know Soft Touch Arts can offer Arts Council Englands Arts Award to young people? see below for more info.

Celebrating delicious global street food.

The artwork on show has been created over the past year by participants from HM Prison and YOI Glen Parva and HM Prison Leicester. The exhibition offered an impressive and inspiring showcase from our arts projects in the prisons, which were delivered jointly with Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust.…

We will be working with staff in the local store on Market Street on a range of fundraising activities and events, with lots of opportunities for both organisations’ staff and our young people to work together on different creative fundraising and promotional ideas.

Managing Director of Steamin’ Billy, Billy Allingham, has supported one of our mentees, Andrew, to such an extent that his developed skills shine thoroughly with the short film.