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Year 5 & 6 Rock Bottom Performance
The Year 5 and 6 production of Rock Bottom is taking place next week in Crampton Hall on Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 March between 6pm – 7.30pm.
Tickets to the show are free. Please click here to book.
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West End at Windermere is Back!
The Easter Holidays are fast approaching! We are thrilled to be hosting West End at Windermere again and there is still a few places remaining. So don’t delay and book in today!
Are you looking for a fun and exciting new challenge over the holidays? Do you dream of being a future star of London’s West End? Come and expand your confidence and skills at our hugely popular ‘West End at Windermere’ holiday course.
West End at Windermere is designed for children who enjoy singing, dancing and acting to develop their skills and have fun.
Throughout the course, your child will receive full supervision from our expert director Ashley Johnson and his team. Activities will include learning choreography in our specialised dance studio, singing songs as a group, and if they are brave enough, a solo, and acting in both improvised and scripted scenes.
At lunchtime, children will have their lunch on the terrace, with space to run around and have some fun. At the end of the week (Friday 14 April), an informal Showcase of work will be performed in the theatre, Crampton Hall. Friends and family have free tickets for the Showcase which will begin at 4pm.
This course is suitable for everyone, from beginners to experienced performers. Just bring along your enthusiasm and, of course, your best singing voice and dancing feet!
Dates: Monday 10 – Friday 14 April 2023
Times: 10am – 4pm, daily
Venue: Crampton Hall Theatre
Lunch: Please make sure each student comes with a packed lunch and plenty to drink
Clothing: Students should wear comfortable clothing for performing arts and suitable shoes (jazz shoes, ballet shoes or trainers)
Cost: The total price for the holiday course is £195 per student
To book your place please contact Ashley:
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If you would like to find out more you can visit the Autism UK website by clicking here.
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