PAWW
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P.A.W.S is a series of workshops taking place from Monday 13th to Wednesday 15th August and is for young people aged between 7 and 11. The three days will consists of a whole range of performance workshops for a cost of just £20, with an original performance taking place on Wednesday evening.

P.A.W.W is a week of workshops taking place from Monday 20th to Saturday 25th August and is for young people aged between 12 and 18. The week will consists of a variety of performance media's being explored for a cost of just £40, with an original show being created and taking place on both Friday and Saturday evening. Unfortunately, all the available places for P.A.W.W are now booked and hence there are currently no more places available.

Both events will be taking place at our own little home from home, Penwortham Young People’s centre, Priory Lane, Penwortham, PR1 0AR, a map of which can be seen on our Contacts page. Places can be booked by contacting our Double R Arts Coordinator Beth Blenkinship by email through www.doublerartsyouththeatre@outlook.com. If you have any questions regarding the event, or anything else Double R Arts related, please feel free to contact us via any of the methods stated on that page and feel free to pass on the event flyer to all of your friends, family and anyone who may be interested.

The summer holidays are here and Double R Arts has the perfect things for those young people who know nothing better than spending their summer singing, dancing and acting to their hearts content! Our performing arts workshops are designed with these young people in mid and are age appropriate, so that young people of an age range of 7 to 18, regardless of theatrical experience, have the opportunity to explore a whole range of performance media.

The workshops themselves will be diverse and span across multiple days, to give the young people a real chance to explore the performance media covered in detail. But not only will they get to try out new styles of performing, but they will also get the opportunity to bring the various workshops together and put on an original performance on the final day.

Setting aside the theatrical aspects, the workshops are also a great opportunity for the young people to make new friends and meet new people who have similar interests. Strengthening pre-existing friendships with the addition of giving the young people a range of teamwork experience.