Those eagerly looking for ways to keep the kids busy during the summer holidays will be delighted to hear that Stagecoach Performing Arts is running workshops in drama, dance and singing across its schools in Gloucestershire.
With sessions running in Cheltenham, Cirencester and Gloucester, youngsters will get to take to the stage, practicing their lines and finessing their moves, as they learn to put on a fully-staged show in a week!
Welcoming budding stars aged four to 18, Stagecoach’s summer workshops are suitable for all children – whether they currently attend the stage school, or want to dip their toe into the world of musical theatre for the very first time.
It’s a wonderful way for young people to learn new skills, build their confidence and, of course, have fun making new friends. Both childcare vouchers and tax-free childcare payments are accepted to help parents with the fees.
For smaller stars aged four to six, the workshop runs from Monday 1 to Thursday 4 August 2022, with sessions running from 9.45am to 3.30pm each day.
Little ones will get to enjoy arts and craft activities, as well as practicing their dancing, singing and acting, before putting on a short performance for parents at the end of the final session.
Meanwhile, older children aged seven to 18 will get stuck in with rehearsals, getting ready to put on this year’s show, We Will Rock You – with help from West End actress, Sophie Isaacs, as well as Stagecoach’s expert team.
Stagecoach Cheltenham’s summer school for seven to 18-year-olds is running from Monday 1 to Friday 5 August 2022, taking place from 9.30am to 4pm daily.
For more information, visit stagecoach.co.uk/cheltenham.
From 10am to 3.30pm, little ones will get to learn new skills in drama, dancing and singing to build their confidence.
For bigger kids, there’s a fun-filled week of performing arts sessions from Monday 1 to Friday 5 August 2022 – with youngsters aged seven to 18 coming together to hone their skills and work towards putting on a performance in Cirencester’s Sundial Theatre for their families at the end of the week.
Stagecoach Cirencester’s summer school for seven to 18-year-olds is also taking place at Deer Park School, from 10am to 4pm each day.
For more information, visit stagecoach.co.uk/cirencester.
Budding performers aged six to 18 will enjoy a jam-packed schedule of dance, singing and drama classes, as they work towards putting on a fully-staged performance at the end of the week – with daily sessions running from 9.30am to 4pm.
Meanwhile, children aged four to six will have the opportunity to meet new friends and have heaps of fun from 9am to 3pm each day, as they prepare for a fully-costumed performance of the dance, drama and singing skills they’ve learned.
For more information, visit stagecoach.co.uk/gloucester.
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