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July School Holiday Drama Workshops



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Additional workshop added due to high demand.

Due to high demand, we've added another workshop for our School Holiday Drama Workshops for 7-11-year-olds. The additional workshop will be running on Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd July!

These workshops are designed to challenge children & teenagers with new ideas about acting and performance. Immerse yourself and learn improvisation skills through a selection of high energy and fun games. Dabble in musical theatre including voice work and contemporary choreography in the beautiful surroundings of the majestic Isaac Theatre Royal.

You’ll supply energy, a willingness to learn, and bundles of imagination!

Gloucester Room; The Stagehouse; Ravenscar Lounge

Imagine! Create! Perform!

Wear: Comfortable clothing

Workshop lunch is sorted! Take the hassle out of organising and pre-purchase a healthy, delicious lunch for only an additional $15 per day.

Lunches include: a substantial savory item, piece of fresh fruit, a sweet treat and a choice of drink (bottled water, Charlies orange juice pouch or Charlies blackcurrant & apple juice pouch). All dietary requirements will be catered for.

Participants are welcome to bring their own packed lunch.


Annabel Brodie:

Annabel has done drama throughout her childhood and found a passion for teaching performing arts. She trained at Excel School of Performing Arts in Auckland and then for the successive two years, at Hagley Theatre Company in Christchurch. Annabel taught year nine and ten high school level drama and has run holiday programme drama workshops through various organisations. Annabel brings energy and excitement to her teaching and loves bringing out imagination and creativity in children. Annabel is currently a teacher at Canvas Bag Drama School and is completing her bachelor’s degree in Teaching and Learning in Primary School Education at Canterbury University.

Josiah Morgan:

Josiah believes that involvement with the arts is a journey of constant learning, central to his belief system as an artist is openness, honesty, and punctuality. He is an author of poetry and prose; with his first book coming out in 2019 and his second scheduled for release in late 2020. Josiah’s practice has embraced amateur theatre, combined with the occasional professional or semi-professional role. Currently he is studying towards a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and Anthropology – fuelled by a keen interest in people and what makes them tick.

Brittany Sillifant:

Brittany graduated from Otago University in 2019 where she completed her Bachelor of Arts majoring in Theatre Studies and minoring in Dance and History. After creating and performing for years she is now training to be a teacher through the University of Canterbury. Brittany is an enthusiastic, bubbly person who has a passion for drama and working with young people.

All participants will receive a certificate detailing the achievement of their intensive holiday drama workshop at the end of day two.

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