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ow do you go about finding a dance/drama club for a bonkers 5 year old?

(6 Posts)
Owllady Wed 17-Apr-13 09:43:42

All the ones I have found seem really serious, require a uniform etc. I think (suspect) he just wants to do it for fun as he is 5 yo and very eccentric

Owllady Wed 17-Apr-13 09:44:20

oops, sorry about the lack of H blush in the title

ppeatfruit Wed 17-Apr-13 11:09:52

yes IKWYM all the mums and DCs seem to expect serious dance and drama even at 5 (and younger) it's silly really because you buy an expensive uniform etc, and they go off it in 3 weeks 'cos it gets too pressured.

The local library usually has a noticeboard for stuff like that or your supermarket or general shop. Even his school?

ppeatfruit Wed 17-Apr-13 11:13:05

If you're in central\North London there's Anna Scher which is more fun and improv. but I'm just remembering that they may have to be older (they have a waiting list though!).

SorrelForbes Wed 17-Apr-13 11:13:51

Look on-line for local amateur dramatics companies. Many run children's groups offering dance, drama and signing workshops etc.

BlueChampagne Wed 17-Apr-13 12:44:14

Definitely check with school if there's an after-school drama club.

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