Josephine Wants to Dance: Drama Workshop

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Josephine Wants to Dance: Drama Workshop


Venue

Studio 404

Dates

09 October - 10 October 2018

Event Type

Live Event

Riverside and Monkey Baa Theatre Company present
JOSEPHINE WANTS TO DANCE: DRAMA WORKSHOP

Join us for an immersive and engaging workshop that will provide participants with the opportunity to delve into the world of Josephine, a kangaroo from Shaggy Gully who simply loves to dance!

This workshop is guaranteed to help participants develop their confidence in drama, whilst exploring the beloved picture book in a new and exciting way!

Perfect for those who are ‘hopping’ along to Riverside to see the production of Josephine Wants to Dance, avid lovers of the book or those who want to develop key drama skills. Capacity for each session is limited, so book now to avoid the disappointment of missing out!

Suitable for: Ages 5 – 8 years

Dates & Times:
Tuesday 9 October at 11am
Wednesday 10 October at 11am

Please note: The workshops on Tuesday 9 October at 1pm and Wednesday 10 October at 1pm due to low numbers. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. Box Office are currently contact patrons to offer them an exchange or refund.

Tickets:
Workshop Only $20
Workshop purchased with a Spot On Children’s Festival Show $15
Please Note: Workshop participants must be accompanied by a parent/guardian carer. Tickets for carers are free.

Location:
Studio 404, 404 Church Street, Parramatta


Spot On Children's Festival, 9 - 13 October 2018

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Ticket Options

Workshop $20
Workshop (Purchased with a Spot On Show) $15
Parent/Guardian (Carer) $Free
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60

Duration

Approximately 55 minutes (No interval)


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