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Youth Acting Classes: 7-12 years – Autumn 2021
Autumn Term 2021

Youth Acting Classes: 7-12 years – Autumn 2021

7-12 years Sat 25 Sept to Sat 4 Dec 2021

This event takes place at The Jag

Keep the kids entertained with our fantastic, fun Youth Acting Classes. Running on Saturdays, young people aged 7-12 years can stretch their creativity, improve their confidence, learn new skills and make new friends!

The theme of this term is Panto! Have you always wanted to play an evil villain, a handsome hero or a delightful dame? This Autumn Term, our Youth Acting Classes (7-12 years Group) will be exploring the wonderful world of Panto! (Oh yes they will!)

Taking inspiration from the iconic Belgrade Pantomimes, and in celebration of this year’s production of Beauty and the Beast, we will be creating our own hilarious characters and stories, and bringing them to life! Through drama games, improvisation, slapstick comedy and even designing our own costumes, we’ll produce our own brand-new panto classic!

Youth Acting Classes are led by experienced DBS checked practitioners. No previous drama experience is necessary to take part. Just be ready to have fun!

We like to be able to send you an email before the Acting Classes begin, with all of the useful information you need to know. Therefore, please make sure you provide us with a relevant email address when you book your place.

In order for young people to get the most from these activities, the groups are separated by age. Where a participant is due to turn 13 during the course of a term, it is their choice whether they prefer to take part in the 7-12 years Group, or the 13-17s Group for that term.

These workshops are designed so that should the changing Covid-19 situation require it, they can be run with social distancing or be moved online at any point during the term should that be necessary.

Please note, places are limited so early booking is essential.

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