Tramshed | February Half Term programme

Great news! Tramshed’s February Half Term programme is just a couple of weeks away – and it’s on Zoom!

 

We’ve got loads of really exciting sessions planned, and the BEST news? There’s something for everyone; plus the workshops are for ALL abilities and absolutely FREE.

 


 

Monday 15 February –  Drama

Drama Games (ages 5-11) 10-11am
A workshop for stretching the imagination, building confidence, and having fun!

Acting and Improv (ages 12-18) 11.30am-1pm
A session for sparking spontaneity, learning new acting techniques and thinking on your feet

 

Tuesday 16 February – Dance

Mime and Movement (ages 5-11) 10-11am
Explore characters, expressions, and emotions through mime and movement

Hip Hop/Street Dance (ages 12-18) 11.30am-1pm
A chance to work with street dance pros and jump into hip hop culture

 

Wednesday 17 February – Music

Creative Signing: BSL to Music (ages 5 + and families) 10-11am
A session to learn and express yourself with British Sign Language to music

Women in Hip Hop with Shay D (ages 12-18) 11.30am-1pm
Explore the portrayal of female artists in entertainment and pop culture with artist Shay D

 

Thursday 18 February – Art

Junk Puppets (ages 5-11) 10-11am
Create and play with the art of puppetry using bits and bobs from around your house!

Performing Arts Focus: Directing (ages 12-18) 11.30am-1pm
Discover top tips and practice directorial techniques with industry professionals

 

Friday 19 February – Mental Health

Drama and Wellbeing (ages 5 + and families) 10-11am
Fun for all the family! Explore mindfulness and wellbeing through drama games and exercises

Breathe (for parents/carers/guardians) 11.30am-1pm
Take a breath. A wellbeing-focussed adult support group for breathing, relaxing and practicing grounding techniques

 


You need to register for a programme in order to be sent the Zoom link. You can register for as many workshops as you like!

For more information, and to register your place, please email participation@tramshed.org

**Programmes generously funded by Children in Need**