Dramatize evening workshops

Local Offer

Monday Theatre School classes:
  
           
            
Acting 4.30-5.30pm
Dancing 5.30-6.30pm
Singing 6.30-7.30pm

The 3 x 1 hour sessions within acting, dancing and singing taught by 3 different facilitators, working on performances to a professional level. 

Wednesday Creative Movement, 4.30-6pm
An exploration of embodied dance, working on a range of different themes and techniques, in turn developing their own narrative and movement material.

Friday evening Youth Club, 7-10pm

A fun, vibrant club to enable individuals to experience different adult social situations out in the community. The club will consist of an array of activities, including clubbing, going to the pub, theatre trips and grown up activities. 

Service details

Age Range
13+
Cost(s)
Amount Cost Type
5 Per Hour
Additional Information
All staff hold a valid DBS, Registered charity

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Dramatize is a theatre company for individuals with learning disabilities. We run theatrical workshops, performances & events exploring different theatrical mediums, breaking barriers within society.

Environment

We work with a range of different levels of ability, providing care and support, to ensure the theatre industry is accessible to all. Dramatize encourages our service users to believe in themselves, to develop and to achieve the unexpected.

Where to go

Name of venue
Dramatize HQ
Venue address
Dramatize HQ clockhouse lane
Ashford
Middlesex
Postcode
TW15 1BX

Who to contact

Name
Karen Davies
Telephone
07912183085
Email
info@dramatize.co.uk
Website
http://www.dramatize.co.uk
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