School Holiday Performing Arts Workshop in Geelong West

Bop till you Drop's professional entertainers have been running school holiday workshops in various locations around Australia for the past 14 years, with a focus on developing children's self confidence through singing, dancing and acting in a 2-day intensive Performing Arts Workshop.  This unique and popular program is now offered in Geelong West each school holiday term break in 2020.

The workshop is suitable for boys and girls aged 5 - 12 years with any or no previous training who have an interest in performing or would like to develop their self-confidence.  Our aim is to provide a fun, but educational experience for children.  We encourage them to be part of the creative process, allowing them to feel important and proud of their efforts.    

They will enjoy rotating classes over the 2 day program which are run by industry professionals, to improve their singing, dancing and acting skills. We also include additional classes such as science, arts and craft, fun with food, team challenges and self-motivation.

They will perform a mini-concert on the second day to family and friends to showcase their new found talents.

Children are grouped according to age and can request to be with siblings and friends. All participants will receive a Graduation Certificate.

Please contact us for more details or book through our website before places are filled.


When

23 September 2020, 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM


Where

  • Virginia Todd Community Centre 9-15 Clarence Street, Geelong West

Cost

  • Child: $75.00 per child per day (total $150). Children are required to attend both days. Sibling discount and early bird tickets are available.

Facilities

  • Children's activities
  • Parking available
  • Toilets available

Contact

Jennifer Borg

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 1300 130 313

Associated organisation: Bop till you Drop

Website: www.boptillyoudrop.com.au/home-melbourne/school-programs-melbourne/school-holiday-programs-melbourne-2/





Page last updated: Thursday, 28 May 2020

Print