Musical Day: The Greatest Showman
Suitable for beginners and those with some musical theatre experience, aged 7-13. 10am – 4pm.
Enjoy an all-singing, all-dancing, jam-packed day of musical fun featuring songs and dances from West End and Broadway hits!
Singing and dance tutors help you to create a fantastic musical medley in just one day, with some drama games and lots of fun along the way. The medley will then be performed to an audience of parents and friends at the end of the day.
A great way to make new friends, develop confidence, learn new things and have bundles of fun.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is running the workshop?
The workshop is organised by Trinity Theatre Youth and Learning team, and will be led by Jade and Steph, regular collaborators with Trinity Youth Theatre and our regular Infants and Musical Day leaders. Steph most recently choreographed our production of High School Musical, while Jade was our Musical Director for Madagascar Jr last Summer.
Both Steph and Jade, as well as all Trinity Youth and Learning staff are DBS-checked.
What do I need to bring?
Key things: a water bottle, a snack, lunch and bundles of enthusiasm!
Our fantastic Kitchen and Bar serves food and drink throughout the day which can be purchased but please note children will be responsible for any money they bring with them. They will not be allowed to go off site during the day.
Participants should wear loose and comfortable clothing and footwear for the day. While we will try to ensure everyone returns home clean, please wear clothes you do not mind getting a bit dirty.
How does the workshop run?
The workshop runs from 10am – 4pm, with breaks. A short performance to family and friends will start at 3.50pm. It is an unticketed event.
Our Youth and Learning team will meet you in the Trinity Theatre foyer fifteen minutes before the workshop starts. Please make sure you sign your child in and out with a member of the Youth and Learning team.
Where is the workshop taking place?
Directions to Trinity Theatre can be found using Google Maps and our postcode is TN1 1JP.
What if I have extra requirements?
If the participant has any access requirements (for example, dyslexia, autism, ADHD, or a physical disability) please also notify us via email@example.com and we can make sure that any required access arrangements are put in place, in order for them to get full enjoyment of the day.
How can I contact the team running the workshop?
If you need to contact Trinity Theatre Youth and Learning or the facilitators during the day, please call the Youth Theatre phone on 07587537308.
If you need to speak to us before the workshop, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01892 500673.
Dates & Times
- Date: 15 / 06 / 19Time: 10:00Book Now
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