Scottish Youth Theatre announce spring classes

Scottish Youth Theatre announce spring classes

After delighting Aberdeen audiences over the festive period with Jack and the Magic Beans, Scottish Youth Theatre raises the curtain on its spring term of weekly drama classes next week.

Held at Aberdeen’s iconic His Majesty’s Theatre, these active workshops are led by professional tutors and offer a great chance for children and young people to enjoy learning about performing arts, as well as building their confidence and providing a creative environment within which to make new friends.

The Saturday classes at all levels cover: character, improvisation, movement, voice and devising.

No previous experience is required and anyone aged from five to 25 is invited to come along and discover what Scotland’s national theatre ‘for&by’ young people has to offer.

The spring term runs from Saturday, January 21 to Saturday, March 24 and the cost for the 10-week term is £110. Further information on SYT’s spring classes is available on www.scottishyouththeatre.org

Scottish Youth Theatre, in partnership with Aberdeen Performing Arts, staged Jack and the Magic Beans at The Lemon Tree Studio before Christmas, based on the classic fairy tale, Jack and the Beanstalk.

The hugely popular interactive show, created specially for at three to seven year olds, wowed audiences so much that extra performances had to be added to the run to meet the demand for tickets.
 

Posted on Thursday 12 January

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posted by Alla Kiton | Tuesday 22 May 10.38pm

Much more often than in the first part, we are engaged in classic quests exercises: we repair all kinds of mechanisms, decode the code locks and enigmatic signs, correctly place any runes and symbols ... It's good or bad - it's a matter of taste. Someone likes hot and cheerful, and someone - is smarter and more gently. In addition, periodically Lost Horizon 2 still includes "Indiana Jones". About a friv friv4school games dashing ride on a motorcycle, we have already said, and sometimes we are forced to play stealth or run a timer, so that in time we managed to escape from the burning building. But what really did not like it, is the need to clamp and pull the mouse, as in the Penumbra seriesTo open the door or desk drawer, turn the valve or the phone dial. In the measured horror it seemed logical, but here it looks frankly superfluous.

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