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What's On, Art, Theatre

Put On A Zoom Play In A Week

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There's just one week to go until we kick off our Easter Put on a Play in a Week workshops, so if you haven't booked yet, what are you waiting for? Time is running out to give your children a fun-filled week of creativity this school holiday.

In our two weeks of digital week-long workshops we'll be diving into some of literature's most Spring-y stories, choosing one to adapt into our own Zoom play to perform to family and friends. Our virtual School of Creativity building will also be opening its doors, giving our workshoppers further inspiration and entertainment through exclusive videos, activities and theatre-making ideas.

Our sessions are all about encouraging creativity, connection and confidence, whilst also introducing classic texts and storytelling skills, and bring together theatre-lovers from all over the country for a week of digital fun.

WEEK 1 | 5 - 9 April

Sprites (ages 5-10) | 10am - 12pm daily | BOOK NOW | LIMITED AVAILABILITY

Mechanicals (ages 11-16) | 12pm - 1pm & 2pm - 4pm daily | BOOK NOW

WEEK 2 | 12 - 16 April

Sprites (ages 5-10) | 10am - 12pm daily | BOOK NOW

Mechanicals (ages 11-16) | 12pm - 1pm & 2pm - 4pm daily | BOOK NOW


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