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Play in a Week: Rags to Riches

Play in a Week: Rags to Riches

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Join Dick Whittington and his (or her) cat, a few kittens and some rats – on a landlubbering and seafaring adventure – for a fun filled week with our Playhouse Practitioners.

Inspired by this year’s pantomime Dick Whittington and his Cat, we encourage your child’s imagination to set sail! This high-energy week will use improvisation, slapstick and rhyming to create a performance for friends and family at the end of the week.

Duration: 6 hours

Book Tickets

Age guideline: 7 to 10

This is a week-long workshop from Monday 6th August to Friday 10th

10am - 4pm

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  • Aged 12 to 16 years with a passion for theatre? These sessions offer you the opportunity to work on various techniques to improve devising skills, develop your voice and movement vocabulary, explore text and create a character. This term the 12|16 Young Company will work towards a performance inspired by 'celebration' as part of the Young Players Festival. Please note there...

  • 40+ Acting Company 2019

    Thu 24 Jan, Thu 31 Jan, Thu 7 Feb, Thu 14 Feb, Thu 28 Feb, Thu 7 , Thu 14 & Thu 21 Mar

    This is a company for anyone aged 40+ with an enthusiasm to play and explore text on your feet. During these sessions you will work through technical exercises to develop your performance skills and explore different genres of theatre, looking at play extracts, discussing themes and characters and working through monologues and duologues.

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