Beginning in February half-term, Z-arts are delighted to be hosting Drama stars with Triple C – a series of online creative drama workshops for children with access requirements/additional needs aged between 8 and 11. The fun and interactive sessions are full of games designed to encourage role play and character development. Aimed at beginners, children need no previous drama experience.
Lasting half an hour, the autism friendly workshops pack a punch and are led by two familiar faces. Ged Mulherin (who ran the popular Sunday Family Access Days at Z-arts) and Lily Levin (who previously led the Story Explore Sessions during the centre’s 2019 Julia Donaldson exhibition).
Aimed at beginners, children need no previous drama experience.
Z-arts lead the Manchester Family Arts Network, and in collaboration with 23 other venues across the city they strive to provide opportunities for families to participate in creative events and activities.
Sessions will run on Mondays between 5pm and 5.30pm for a total of six weeks, commencing Monday, 22 February. The intimate nature means spaces on each session are limited to a maximum of five children – so be sure to book a place on Drama Stars with Triple C now!
Please note: all places must be booked by midnight the night before to allow Z-arts time to email a Zoom link. If you have specific access requirements, for example if you require a BSL interpreter, please contact the team directly by email: Lucca@z-arts.org.