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OMIDAZE SUMMER SCHOOLS 2017 - Now Booking

We are running the 

THE YOUNG ACTORS SUMMER SCHOOL for 11 - 15 year olds 24-28 July 2017. The Atrium, Cardiff

SHAKESPEARE SUMMER SCHOOL for 7 - 11 year olds 31 July - 4 August 2017. St Cyres School, Penarth CF64.

The Shakespeare Summer School for 7 - 11 year olds is in its 8th year and is an interactive, fun and physical introductions to the world of Shakespeare. We feel passionately about providing access to and ownership of Shakespeare through an exciting and totally interactive approach. We do not rehearse a production so no former knowledge or experience of Drama or Shakespeare is required.

The Young Actors Summer School for 12 - 15 year olds is a chance for budding actors to work with a professional theatre director on contemporary & classic texts, monologues, stage craft, audition technique & physical theatre.


Both courses are written and led by Professional Theatre Director & Producer Yvonne Murphy who has over twenty-five year’s experience in Professional & Educational Theatre including working regularly for the National Theatre, English Shakespeare Co, Sherman Theatre & Shakespeare Schools Festival specialising in providing access to Shakespeare. Yvonne is an associate artist of Wales Millennium Centre and Omidaze's Artistic Director.

The Shakespeare Summer School & The Young Actors Summer School are one week courses Monday to Friday 
9.30am - 3.30pm

Cost per student £100.00 (£180 for two siblings)

Free Scholarship places available.

TO BOOK A PLACE
Contact Yvonne on 07949 626538 for further information and an application form y.murphy1@ntlworld.com


        

Testimonials:

A great introduction to Shakespeare…Educational and Fun……As a parent I was impressed with how much they learnt….Excellent –professional and experienced….Brilliant! I didn't realise Shakespeare was going to be so good.”


‘‘My daughter has come home every evening enthused by what she has done and Shakespeare! We think this has been a very positive introduction to Shakespeare and also an enjoyable, fun learning environment"


 

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