Building confidence as we build to performance!
Experienced providers of after school drama clubs...
holiday drama workshops...
and drama themed parties!
Our extensive range of drama games and exercises are used to enhance self confidence, communication and coordination.
During our drama sessions the children will partake in team building exercises, improvisation and story telling games and may also learn some fun tongue twisters! The children learn to work with their peers and create drama through various mediums including mime and mask.
As the children grow in confidence they can engage in script work, creating and reading lines foe various characters for the end of term/end of course performance. The performances aim to be a combination of improvised (driven by the children) and scripted scenes.
Backing music is provided to help the action move along and provide ambience to the performances. Occasionally the children are taught songs that are relevant to the show. Any movement required is usually very basic. However children are encouraged to use their physicality to create characters and tell a story on stage.
Ultimately STAMP aims to 'build confidence as we build to performance' whilst having a tremendous amount of fun!
"Thank you to [STAMP] for a fabulous end of term show yesterday. Such a lovely thing for the children to be part of and [my child] can't wait for next term!
Parent, Stalbridge Dorset
"I watched my eldest son in the school's own Christmas show and told him how impressed I was that he spoke his part with great clarity and confidence and how easy it was to hear every word that he said and he replied 'Of course Mum, I learnt to project my voice at Drama Club!'"
"Hi Susannah, I just wanted to say thank you for all your hard work at [my child's] birthday party on Saturday. Everyone was so funny in their little show and today they apparently tried to recreate it all in the playground!"
Julie F, Hampshire
"Such a professional and fun group, my kids have enjoyed every minute of every session"
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