The Players Group B

School year 10 Wednesday Workshop

Acting, Singing, Dance


Wed 6.00pm - 9.00pm

School Years


Open To

Boys & Girls




Preston’s College,
St Vincent’s Rd,
Preston, Lancs,


We have developed a course specially for teenagers, helping them benefit from high-quality drama tuition. Our teaching style is extremely important to us and we plan sessions accordingly; all pupils are actively involved in diverse, fun and informative workshops. Every pupil should leave feeling they have achieved a little more each week. We maintain an honest and caring environment.

What will they experience?

Students will learn intermediate and advanced principles within acting, dance and singing. Freeing the imagination and gaining confidence is key! Classes focus on imagination, developing useful life skills. We practice characterisation and physical communication, whilst voice and speech training are also a priority - actors need to be heard and understood!

What to bring?

Please ensure each student wears comfortable clothes for moving in. If possible, all clothing should also be black in colour. Students should bring a drink to rehydrate after dance. Other than that, all they need to bring is a willingness to learn and have fun!

What Next?

If you would like to help a young person embark upon a journey of discovery and learning through music and theatre, we’d love to hear from you. Please call 07368 342092 to speak to a member of our team. Alternatively, fill in the form below and book your taster session today.

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