Days: Monday 17th to Thursday 20th August
Times: 10:30am to 3:15pm
Sessions are run virtually from your home, by Arts Place founder and West End actress Emily Plumtree. Throughout the week we have fun and interactive Drama Sessions and show rehearsals, as well as craft sessions for our younger campers. On the final day we perform and film the show and the footage is edited together to provide the children with a memento of the week. It’s a wonderfully creative week and gives the children a real focus, as well as an opportunity to collaborate with friends and boost their spirits!
The days are organised in the following way:
Introductory Group (Ages 4-7)
10:30-11:15am: Online Drama Session 1 – A fun and interactive Drama Session!
11:30am-12pm: Craft 1 – A simple craft activity, which campers can complete independently.
12pm-1pm: Lunch Break
1-1:45pm: Online Drama Session 2 – an interactive Drama Session/Show Practice
2-3pm: Craft 2 – A more complicated craft activity, where children will require assistance with some elements.
Junior Group (Ages 8-12)
10:30-11:15am: A creative activity that campers can complete independently at home.
11:15-12:45pm: Online Drama Session 1 – Drama Games & Activities/Character Work
12:45-1:45pm: Lunch Break
1:45-3:15pm: Online Drama Session 2 – Show Rehearsal
What parents are saying:
“Thank you for such a wonderful four days of drama, crafts and fun! You delivered wonderfully engaging “virtual” sessions and all of your time, energy and planning was in evidence at every point.”
K. Blaseby, Online Easter Camp
“Our two daughters had a wonderful time being a part of your innovative online drama and craft camp. Thank You for teaching them and making it so much fun. Count us in for the next time!”
Mr Clarke, Online May Half-Term Camp
Your Online Drama Teacher:
The Arts Place Founder, Emily Plumtree runs the Drama Club programmes at a number of West London schools. She trained as an actress at the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, gaining a 1st Class Honours Degree in Acting. She has worked as an actor for The National Theatre, The Royal Shakespeare Company and most recently leading The Mousetrap in London’s West End.