Monday, 25th February 2013 - comments (0)
In 1997 Lucy Quick, Principal of Perform Drama Workshops, performed at the Theatre Royal in Bath and knew she would go back one day with her own drama school.
Perform Workshops was founded more than 13 years ago in Primrose Hill, London with only 3 children though has now grown to more than 4,000 children across the South East. With Lucy opening new schools in London each term, Bath, is by far, the biggest venture yet though was an obvious choice for Lucy as the next stop for Perform.
The weekly workshops, starting in April, will be a unique mix of singing dance and drama specially formulated for 4-8 year olds to discover their confidence, improve their communication and concentration and develop their coordination. Dedicated to helping young minds and bodies grow, the Perform philosophy is to put child development at the heart of their classes.
To carry the Perform torch to the South West, Lucy knew she needed someone with exceptional theatre skills, warmth, energy and professionalism and has been lucky enough to find Gemma Payne who will be teaching all of the classes in Bath.
Having performed across the London and the South East, Gemma is a professional actress with credits to her name such as ‘Puck’ in ‘A Midsummer Nights Dream’ and ‘Mary Warren’ in ‘The Crucible’. With the guidance of 2 professional actresses and the experience of the Perform principal your child will be inspired and encouraged every step of the way in Perform’s weekly workshops.
As well as having fun at Perform, your child will enjoy real benefits with an increased awareness of what they can achieve. All the games and exercises are specifically designed for 4 to 8 year olds and this exciting adventure will be a supercharged escapade for all!
We're confident that your child will love it. Contact us for a free trial session at one of the below venues:
For more information please email Perform or give them a call on 0845 400 4000.
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