Crawley’s Hawth is offering a range of summer workshops for youngsters.
Spokeswoman Lorraine McGregor said: “The summer holidays will soon be here and with them come six weeks to fill with fun-packed activities, holidays, days out and maybe a little daytime TV too.
“If you’re still looking for ways to keep your children entertained, then look no further.
“The Hawth has a variety of week-long workshops lined up that will give your children the chance to have fun, learn new skills and make friends all under the watchful eye of the professionals in each field.”
l July 27-31, 10am-4pm: Circuswurx Summer School. A creative, week-long course for eight to 16-year-olds.
Learn juggling, stiltwalking, unicycling and balloon modelling, with a show for friends and family on the Friday afternoon themed around Jules Verne and Steampunk.
Tickets: £85 (ES40 £65). A Crawley Arts Development event.
l August 3-7, 10am-4pm: Drama Summer School. A fun week-long intensive drama course for eight to 13-year-olds, full of games, theatre skills, team building, improvisation and fun. Tickets: £85 (ES40: £65). A Crawley Arts Development event.
l August 10-14, 10.30am-3.30pm. Musical Theatre School: High School Heavyweights – Grease v Hairspray. Children aged 11-16 are invited to join Danny, Sandy, the T Birds and the Pink Ladies as two of the top musicals go head to head.
Dance, sing and act through Rydell High along with Link, Seaweed, Penny and even Edna to see which musical ends up on top.
Tickets: £80 (sibling: £70). Performance Tickets: £5.
l August 17-20, 10.30am-3.30pm. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Summer School. A chance for six to ten-year-olds to bring Charlie Bucket’s adventure to life on stage.
Tickets: £65 (sibling: £55). Performance tickets: £5.
l August 24-26, Hawth Rock School. Take your performing to the next level whether you sing or play drums, sax, strings, keyboards, guitar, uke, mandolin or bass.
For 12 to 17-year-olds with some level of experience and ability (ability to read music not essential). Fun-packed workshops with professional musicians. Further details: firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets: £85 (sibling: £75).
To book, call The Hawth Box Office on 01293 553636.
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