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MUSICAL THEATRE INFANTS Trinity School, Saturday 9-10am, 9.30-10.30am

JUNIOR DRAMA Trinity School, Saturday 3.30-4.30pm

JUNIOR DRAMA GLive School, Saturday 3.30-4.30pm

INTERS DRAMA Beverley Hall School, Saturday 9.30-10.30am

SENIOR DRAMA Trinity School, Saturday 1.30-2.30pm

SENIOR DRAMA GLive School, Saturday 1-2pm

Drama develops your child’s imagination, encourages self-confidence, and improves cooperation and concentration whilst focussing on communication skills in a fun and disciplined manner.

All children love to play and derive great pleasure from exploration.  All young people learn tremendous amounts about themselves and the world in which they live from their interaction with others.   Personal human exchange and the need to communicate has driven civilised communities toward formal drama since the Classical Greeks established great theatre festivals in immense amphitheatres around the Grecian landscape, most notably at the foot of the great Athenian Acropolis itself.

From Greek tragedy, through Shakespearean comedy, to modern day films and television our available canon of written resources is immense.  Although, ask any great playwright and they will tell you that the richest source of all is ourselves and our ability to work creatively.  To draw a piece of drama from an object or another person is a spell binding process.

The contemporary industry is full of great home grown talent who readily provide motivation for the next generation of award winners.  All budding talents look up to and admire their inspiration.  Who would deny that inner voice that tells them they would love to be the next Kate Winslet, James McAvoy, Emma Thompson or Anthony Hopkins?

It is opportunity of discovery that provides the real forum for development, growth and education.  The chance to explore the voice and physicality within a space is creatively demanding and thrilling.  To evaluate and celebrate that work in progress with others is exhilarating.