Theatre Arts this summer in St Albans

August 5th 2016
By: Melanie Hollidge

One of the best loved children’s books ever -Where the Wild Things Are, by Maurice Sendak - is the theme for week 3 of Best Theatre Arts First Class summer programme in St Albans for children age 4 - 6 years.  Acting, singing and dancing their way through fun themed courses, the course provides an exciting, challenging, rewarding way for children aged 4-6 to spend a week of their Summer holidays.  First Class Holiday say the “holiday classes for younger children are a gentle and happy blend of drama, singing, dancing and craft. The children are encouraged to give all kinds of new things a go and it’s amazing what they can achieve in just 5 short days, 9.45am-12.30pm daily on a course in St Albans!”

Sophie Adams is the instructor she started her professional working career at the age of 9, in various operas at the ENO then developed her skills further at the London School of Musical Theatre. Since graduating, Sophie has worked in theatre, TV commercials, pantomime and film she has been with the company for over 10 years and was the founder of the Hertford School, and now teaches dance on Friday nights, and Saturday afternoons, as well as looking after First Class Saturday mornings!

They have been running holiday courses in St. Albans for 17 years and over that time we have seen them grow hugely in popularity. They are now OFSTED registered so are also able to accept Childcare Vouchers. The courses run between 9.45 and 12.30. 'Where the Wild Things Are'.
For Children age 4 - 6 years will be held each morning of 9th - 13th August at Sandringham School in St Albans. To find out more please follow this link.
 
Source: All about St Albans