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Laugh your way through the school holidays

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Do you know a young person who has always wanted to get involved in contemporary theatre? Perhaps you’ve got a young comedian at home waiting to be discovered as the next best thing?..

Euphorium Creative have an exciting new line up coming to Geraldton during the July School Holidays - A FREE youth program filled with four unique and engaging workshops, including: Intro to Stand-up Comedy, Intro to Improvisation, Intro to Theatre and How to Create Original Theatre Works.

These workshops will improve your child’s confidence, communication and teamwork while also developing creativity and performance skills.

Comedy improvisation is a positive, supportive way to explore your creativity while having roaring big laugh you’re at it.

“If you're a young adult or student and you want to be more confident and act like a idiot to make others laugh. Then you really need to come down” says The Comedy Emporium’s Ringleader Julian Canny.

Youths in the Contemporary Arts Program will create their own original works… Learn how to write scripts, physical theatre, contemporary dance, puppetry, musical theatre and so much more.

There is so much your kids will get out of this FREE School Holiday Program, you’d be silly to miss it!

There will be five workshops in total, all taking place at Queens Park Theatre from July 2nd - 6th, but get in quick - there are limited spots available!

To RSVP for any of these awesome workshops, please email Jody Quadrio on jody@euphorium.com.au

 

Workshop Times:

July 2

Workshop: Introduction to Stand-up Comedy

Ages: 12-17 years

Time: 2 - 4pm

 

July 4

Workshop: Introduction to Improvisation

Ages: 11-13 years

Time: 10am - 12pm

 

Workshop: Introduction to Improvisation

Ages: 14-17 years

Time: 2 - 4pm

 

July 5

Workshop: Introduction to Theatre

Ages: 7-12 years

Time: 10am - 12pm

 

July 6

Workshop: How to Create Original Theatre Works

Ages: 12-17 years

Time: 10am - 12pm

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