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Musical Theatre Workshop 6-9 Years 10th 14th August


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MUSICAL THEATRE WORKSHOP


Due to the huge success of the "Annie" Workshop last year, MTWorkshops are pleased to announce that we will be holding another workshop this year with different songs and dances from popular Musicals such as Oliver, Sound of Music, High School Musical, Grease and Crazy For You. No experience in dance or singing is necessary as we will build up these skills from basics. The children will be divided into two groups based on age/ability for some numbers, and brought together for the finale.


This drop-off workshop will be held at South London Dance Studios in Herne Hill.

Dates: Monday 10th August to Friday 14th August inclusive

Times: 11.30am - 4pm

Cost: ?150 per Child

10% Sibling Discount Available


Each morning we start with a warm up for voice and body, then we venture into a fun and fantastic world of storytelling, song and dance. As we learn the songs and dances by some of their favourite characters the children will explore music and dance from the perspective of the performer. Our teachers are highly experienced, fully CRB checked, First Aid & Epi-Pen trained and also very good fun!


Friday 14th August is 'SHOW DAY' where we invite parents, guardians, friends and family to come and see the fruits of the children's hard work.


Please contact us by replying to this post, emailing [email protected] or calling Miss Vikki on 07503453905

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