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Burton and Ashby

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Theatre Cats

Theatre Cats is a stage school that opened in Burton on Trent in January 2008. Theatre Cats is for children and young adults aged between 1 and 16 years of age and offers drama classes at Burton's Shobnall Leisure Complex, The Brewhouse Arts Centre in Burton, The William Allitt School in Newhall, Mickleover's Royal British Legion in Derby and Theatre Kittens classes in Burton and Mickleover. Classes are divided into relevant age categories and each class is limited to a maximum of 15 students.  All classes begin with basic drama skills, helping to build confidence and self-esteem. They also include rudimentary performance skills in stagecraft, acting, singing and movement. Students will learn valuable performance techniques, including: character building, vocal projection, diction, improvisation, devising and script work. These classes are especially designed to be great fun! The curriculum will also cover the theatre as a whole including front of house and marketing such as ticket sales and programmes. They will also be informed on back stage elements such as stage design, costume, stage make-up, light and sound design.


Free Taster Class available. Contact Catherine for details


Classes held at various venues in Burton, Newhall and Derby

Opening Times

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