Burrell Theatre Drama workshops
We will be running a two day workshop over the summer at Truro School’s Burrell Theatre details will be released shortly:
Date: 28th – 29th August 2019
Age range: 6-13 years old.
The cost of the camp will be £50 for two days.
Full payment and a completed application form via the website are required to confirm your place. Upon receiving payment and registration form you will receive an e-mail confirming your acceptance to the Drama workshop and your place will be reserved.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
A musical theatre workshop based around Aladdin, exploring songs, dance and dialogue which will create a performance of different parts of the story. This workshop will give your child the opportunity to make friends, have fun and develop some great skills led by our experienced team within the Burrell Theatre at Truro School.
After registration the children will have an opportunity to get to know each other and make friends and well as learning some new drama skills and dances from the workshop theme. At the end of the second day parents will get a chance to see a small performance in the theatre from the children.
Your child does not need any previous dancing, singing or acting experience, just a willingness to have a go and have fun.
ABOUT STEPH RICHARDSON (Principle Director)
I have taught Dance, Drama and English for 25 years. I work in collaboration with Dance and Drama schools leading Musical Theatre clubs in local primary schools resulting in community productions. I also lead and develop Drama workshops in various schools and outside of the school environment. I have my own business Karmadrama in which I offer bespoke, pre-planned workshops, parties and productions for young people. I am an examiner for AQA Drama GCSE and a practitioner at The Minack Theatre.
ABOUT THE BURRELL THEATRE
The Burrell Theatre is a 170 seat theatre belonging to Truro School. It benefits from professional lighting and sound kit and is run by a Theatre Manager and a Technical Services Manager. We also have a workshop space, a technical store, and a wardrobe and props store. The theatre is used for school productions, a wide range of school events, and also hosts a variety of external professional shows.
SUPERVISION/HEALTH & WELFARE:
Experienced staff will supervise children throughout the day. All employees are required to have passed a DBS check before being employed with the programme. They are responsible for the health and welfare of all children. If a child is feeling unwell, the staff will contact the parent or guardian as soon as possible.
CHECK IN/OUT INFO
Children should arrive at the Burrell Theatre for registration between 0830-0845. All children should be collected from the Burrell Theatre between 1645-1700. If you need to collect you child earlier please let us know. If you collect your child/children after 1700 there will be a £5 charge per child.
WHAT TO BRING
Comfortable shoes and clothes
Snacks if required and drinks bottle.