children's drama

(6 Posts)
Rachel7 Wed 09-Jul-08 15:46:58

Got a star struck boy who's just turned 7 - would love to get him in a good theatre/drama/performing arts group, which is not expensive.
Leeds Children's Theatre looks fantastic, but has a 3 year waiting list, which you can't even add yourself to!
Other stuff I've found seems to be for older children, or is expensive.
Can anybody help?

Aarrgghh Sun 31-Aug-08 09:20:37

Hi Rachel - there is a group called Little Ology - they charge £72 for 12 weeks for 3-5 year olds here. Its for an hour each saturday morning, not sure of price for over 5's but i have chatted lots with Laura who owns it and feel comfortable sending DS.

lulalullabye Sun 31-Aug-08 09:52:29

Oh just send him to my house, my little 2 yr old drama queen will teach him a thing or two grin

Rachel7 Wed 10-Sep-08 16:16:15

amazing Ology site. Clicked on the link and was mesmorized by boinging icon. Looks fab but older classes over £200 per term. I know that is not so unusual for good quality classes, but is too much for my budget!
Sent the wonder child to "performance art"hmm 4 day summer school, which turned out to be him and a bunch of girls doing 4 days of dancing. He had a good time though, marred only by his 1st ever clothing crisis.
So, still open to suggestions, or he'll be round at lulalullabye's

mrswoolf Wed 10-Sep-08 18:33:28

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mrswoolf Wed 10-Sep-08 18:34:51

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