Strange Town is proud to introduce our new drama class for 5-7s! The perfect way to be introduced to the world of drama at a young age, focusing entirely on building confidence, making friends & having a great time, all while developing performance skills for the future.
Suitable and accessible to first timers and all aged 5-7, with the potential for small end-of-term sharings to parents within the rehearsal room and without the pressure of a big end-of-term performance under the lights.
These classes are happening on Fridays for a term of 8 weeks at the Broughton St Mary's Church from 1.30-2.30pm.
Places are limited, so to find out more information and to sign-up, please contact our Youth Theatre Manager, James at firstname.lastname@example.org
Discounted and free bursaries are available from our access fund.
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