info 8-10 years

Greek Myths

Greek Myths performance. Photo: Alexandre Coric

At the moment we don’t have classes scheduled for this group. Please use the sign up form below if you’d like us to let you know when the next course is planned.


Charlie & The Chocolate Factory performance. Photo: Alexandre Coric

12 Week Drama and Performance Course for 8-12 year olds:

Drama skills, expression and confidence are developed through working on stories right from the first class through to the informal presentation for parents and friends at the end of the course. We use scenes from a story as a basis for vocal and physical warm ups, acting games, learning text and working with props. 

To sign your daughter or son up for one of these courses, please fill in the form. Your child’s place is only confirmed once we’ve received full payment.

All kids are welcome to join – shyness or level of experience is not important. We do our best to encourage each child in a fun and relaxed manner and address each child’s individual needs. However concentration, commitment and the ability to work together with the rest of the group is important.

It’s necessary to pay promptly if you want to guarantee your child a place on the course. We offer a price concession if you have a 2nd child in the same class, and for families with a very low income or children with special needs. Please contact us if you have a concessionary price request.

We are committed to being as inclusive as possible. Classes are LGBT+ family friendly and celebrate all nationalities, and all ethnic and cultural backgrounds. If your child is neurodivergent, please contact us so that we can help you decide if the classes are suitable for them. Unfortunately our studio is not currently accessible for wheelchair users, but together with other members of our building, we are working on finding a long term solution for this.

A minimum of 10 participants is required for the class to go ahead.

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Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes performance. Photo Alexandre Coric