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Your child will have practical experiences of acting and dancing whilst exploring the world of the arts. They will discover the artists and careers that help make Storyhouse. The group will create their very own piece of creative writing and complete an Explore Log Book.

It is important that your child is able to attend both days. A sharing event for parents and carers will take place on the second day at 3pm. As part of this activity your child will receive a certificate from Trinity College London in Arts Award Explore, an Entry Level (Entry 3) qualification on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF).

What is Arts Award?
Arts Award is a range of unique qualifications that supports anyone aged up to 25 to grow as artists and arts leaders, inspiring them to connect with and take part in the wider arts world through taking challenges in an art form – from fashion to digital art, pottery to poetry. Children can be supervised by parent/carer or not but parents will be asked to complete an emergency contact form if they choose to leave the child in the care of the Storyhouse staff member.

Please provide a drink and lunch for your child.

If your child requires additional access needs to be met to able to participate in any of the course please contact the engagement team on learning@storyhouse.com / 01244 730 520

We ask that parents and carers complete a registration form ahead of the activity so that we can register all participants with Arts Award. Please click here to download the form and then return digitally to learning@storyhouse.com.

Certificate:

9-11

Time details

Day 1: Wednesday 8 April 10am-4pm
Day 2: Thursday 9 April 10am-4pm

On Stage How to put on an Open-Air Theatre Show
Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre

Join producer Helen Redcliffe, along with others from the Storyhouse team, for a post show talk about everything that’s involved in making Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre.

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On Stage Meet the Creatives
Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre

Join director John Young and designer Jess Curtis as they take to the stage to talk about what it’s like creating a show at Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre.

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Pre-drinks in the Tepee
Grosvenor Open Air Theatre Tepee

Enjoy a free drink on us and an enchanting acoustic performance inside the magical setting of the tepee before the performance of Romeo and Juliet.

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On Stage How to Be Amazingly Happy!
Garret Theatre

A big hearted, big thinking show of storytelling and physical comedy as our heroine searches for joy, identity and belonging.

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On Stage Poetry Performance – Open Mic
Garret Theatre

This event is an opportunity to share with an audience something you have created in response to your thoughts and feelings around your story.

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Activities Writing Workshop with Betty Doyle
Garret Bar

Take part in an informal writing workshop with poet Betty Doyle. Betty will take you through some writing techniques and creative exercises to help with the writing process.

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Cinema Glyndebourne: La bohème (12A – TBC)

2hrs 20 | In La bohème, Puccini elevates ordinary people to the level of the extraordinary, the tragic, the timeless – transformed by a score that has seduced generations of audiences.

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On Stage 10 Minute Stories – Men’s Panel
Garret Theatre

A collection of personal stories told in 10 minutes, chaired by Yvonne John.

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On Stage 10 Minute Stories – Afternoon Panel
Garret Theatre

A collection of personal stories told in 10 minutes, chaired by Kirstie Higgins.

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On Stage 10 Minute Stories – Morning Panel
Garret Theatre

A collection of personal stories told in 10 minutes, chaired by Victoria Firth.

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