Minerva Arts running summer youth theatre project in Malpas

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Minerva Arts running summer youth theatre project in Malpas

Over the summer holidays Minerva Arts will be bringing their popular holiday drama club to Malpas Young Persons Centre.

Young people aged 8-15 will come together to explore different theatre techniques and create an unforgettable performance to share with friends and family.

The project will take place on Wednesday 1st & Thursday 2nd of August, from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm.

Hollie Wimpenny the Youth Theatre Manager for Minerva Arts explained: 'Drama is a great way to help build young people's confidence, learn new skills and meet new people and we pride ourselves in supporting young people to realise their potential'.

Minerva Arts was founded in 2009 by Steph Brocken and Hayley Wood, two ex-students of the University of Chester.

The charity focuses on exploring different styles of performance, specialising in contemporary theatre.

Hollie added: 'Devising is at the core of what we do, it gives young people the chance to develop their imagination, where anything goes!'

The 2-day project is £25 per person with discounts available for siblings.

For more information about the holiday club or to book email youththeatre@minervaarts.com

or check out their website: www.minervaarts.com

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