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Do you like performing?

We are thrilled to be running some drama workshops at Mitcham Library, Merton Arts Space during the Easter holidays. We have some brilliant professional practitioners running these workshops, so if you are aged 12-16 sign up now!

CLICK to check out our brilliant workshop leaders!

 

Aged 12-16?

Interested in Beatboxing, Stage Combat, Puppetry, Theatre Design?

SIGN UP NOW

WHERE?

Mitcham Library Arts Space
 Mitcham Library, 157 London Road, Mitcham, CR4 2YR

WHEN?

BEATBOXING – Mon 15th April
STAGE COMBAT – Tues 16th April
PUPPETRY – Wed 17th April
THEATRE DESIGN – Thurs 18th April

Times: 10.30am until 3.30pm

WHO WITH?

Check out our post about our amazing workshop leaders.

FREE LUNCH PROVIDED

You can sign up for any number of workshops you wish – 1 day or all 4 days.
Numbers are limited so SIGN UP SOON!

SIGN UP NOW

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