Wildcats Weekly Classes for ages 2-18 years
We offer a fun, exciting and enjoyable way to learn about performing and creative arts. All children, even those who are not interested in theatre long term are welcome as sessions are planned and delivered carefully to work on various skills including teamwork, confidence, and public speaking.
Exams are offered as a way for children to prove their skills to others, and develop their confidence further. Not everyone will be entered for exams each term. We offer exams based on the LAMDA syllabus for Musical Theatre, with subjects including Acting, Musical Theatre, Verse & Prose and Devising Drama. Children prepare for exams with the assistance of our teaching team, who have all been through the LAMDA syllabus themselves. We also offer UDO Street Dance examinations and entrance into competitions.
Musical Theatre Classes:
Wildcats offer a broad introduction to musical theatre theory and practical skills. We look at skills such as projection, audibility, clarity, use of performance space, and emotion and engagement with the theme. Children progress at their own pace and are never pushed to develop faster – we spend some time in sessions working on group dynamics so ensure everyone feels comfortable with each other and also on keeping the ‘fun and enjoyment’ element to keep children interested and enthused about coming to sessions.
Working towards the following skills in Musical Theatre:
- An understanding of situation, Focus and engaging with the song, Meaning of words, Mood of the song, Audibility, Use of performance space, Use of movement, Understanding of melody
Also working towards increased confidence, self-esteem, teamwork and public speaking skills of all children regardless of their level of ability in musical theatre.
A weekly class for children aged 2-5 years. Parents can stay, make a cup of tea, watch TV or chat in the room next door to where class takes place. They can also come in and join in too. For more info CLICK HERE.
Please go to our 'Shows and Events' page for details of the current projects open to new members.