What we’re about
Receiving constructive feedback about a performance or rehearsal is a regular part of our drama sessions. Students learn that feedback is part of learning and helpful to their development.
Our sessions explore and create confidence in acting and communication skills. Sessions may include: Makeup, Masks, Mime, Poetry, Shakespeare, Stage Fighting, Sight Reading, Acting, Improvisation, Interview and Presentation skills. There will also be some dancing and singing sessions.
Sessions explore every aspect of building confidence and communication skills with fun.
Working with contemporary scripts, classic stories and Shakespeare’s plays means Sky Blue Theatre School students excel not only in performance arts but also regulation SATS and English GCSE's. Special classes are offered to prepare students for Speech and Drama examinations and auditions both for professional work and entry into drama school.
Times and Location
Sessions take place at the Free Church High Street Sawston on Friday afternoons. Classes according to age and ability.
4yrs - 6yrs 4.30pm - 5.30pm £120 ten sessions
7yrs - 16yrs 4.30pm - 7.30pm £250 ten sessions
Opportunities to Perform
When young people get to rehearse something that results in a finished performance, they learn to associate dedication with a feeling of accomplishment.
They practice developing healthy work habits of being on time for rehearsals and performances, respecting the contributions of others, and putting effort into the success of the final piece.
In the performing arts, the reward for dedication is the warm feeling of an audience's applause that comes rushing over you, making all your efforts worthwhile.
All students may be able to perform in the following: A Touring Festival Play - Street Theatre - City of Cambridge Corn Exchange Musical - Edinburgh Fringe Festival - Musical/Play at the Junction Cambridge