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Price: £95
Sibling Price: £80
Summer Workshop at Warwickshire College Rugby CV21 1AR 28th July to 1st August 2014
Warwickshire College Technology Drive Rugby CV21 1AR
Date: 28-07-2014 - 01-08-2014
Exciting, fun-filled mornings of acting, singing and dancing specially designed for little performers aged 4-7 years old. Our professional teachers at Stagecoach Rugby are very experienced with this young age group and will ensure that all the children, even the less confident, are fully involved and have a wonderful time. You can look forward to a short performance at the end of the week and you'll be surprised at how much can be achieved in just 5 short sessions!
 
Price: £155
Sibling Price: £140
Summer Holiday Workshop- Monday 28th July to Friday 1st August at Warwickshire College Rugby
Warwickshire College Technology Drive Rugby CV21 1AR
Date: 28-07-2014 - 01-08-2014
Come and join us for a really inspiring and confidence boosting week this Summer! You will have great fun working with our talented teachers helping create our version of "Oliver" which you will perform to family and friends on the Friday evening.

David Bird, who directed "Annie" last Summer, will be working alongside Dance expert, Rosie Price.
We know this will be a wonderful experience for anyone with a love of musical theatre - a truly challenging and rewarding opportunity for all!

Read this fantastic feedback from a parent following the Summer Workshop in 2013:

'My daughter has participated in Stagecoach workshops for many years, but the 2013 workshop surpassed all expectations. In one week the team at Stagecoach Rugby managed to get a disparate group of individuals to put on the most amazing performance of Annie.

Every day my daughter could not wait to get to the workshop, and although it was hard work with lines, songs and dance routines to learn, she absolutely thrived. The week was very focussed on ensuring that everyone in the workshop had an opportunity to shine. Everyone had the opportunity to do as much or as little as they felt comfortable with. All of the hard work by the staff and the children themselves led to a really professional performance at the end of the week!'