Holiday Activities – Summer- April 4th-6th and 9th-11th
Join us in putting together a show in just a few days! Learn songs, and play fun games. Everyone gets a part to play and at the end of the week we invite parents/carers in to see the result, with colourful costumes for all! The older group will also learn more about performance and stage craft, and perform their show in a real theatre setting. A great way to keep them amused over holiday period!
4-7s The Queen’s Tea Party – £35 (£30 for siblings)
Join us as Alice goes tumbling back down the rabbit-hole to help her old friends perform the impossible. To put on a birthday tea-party for the Queen-of-Hearts herself! Will the Queen be pleased? Can everyone…
keep their heads?!
Each day we’ll spend three hours learning the songs and putting the show together, playing games and investigating characters. At the end of the third day you’ll be invited to come in and watch the performance, complete with colourful costumes for all.
St Leonards Community Centre, Bramcote Lane
The Pearson Centre, Nuart Road, Beeston
Sherwood Community Centre, Mansfield Road
8-11s- A Midsummer Night’s Dream – £58 (£48 siblings)
Enter a world of fairies, magic and mischief as we follow Puck’s attempts to appease the fairy king and fix the problems in the fairy realm and the human world.
Was it real? Or was it all just a dream?!
Sprouts are giving budding performers a state of theatre-in-action. Learning the basics of creating a character, and stagecraft, as well as becoming familiar with some famous plays and stories we’ll put together our own version in just a few days. At the end of the course we’ll perform our piece in a real theatre setting.
Beeston- The Shed, Beeston Community Centre
April 4th-6th, 1.30-4.30 (Performance 5pm on 6th)
For more info, prices or to make a booking, please contact us via the form on the contact page.
“Just want to say a big thank you to the staff involved in last weeks Merlin quest course. Having had no experience of your courses before I wasn’t sure how my daughter Annabel (5) would find the week but I’m thrilled to say she enjoyed it very much and is still singing the songs she learnt. I only wish I had been to such activities at her age.”