Mon 15 March | 5-6 pm | Tutor Molly McGlynn | £5 | Family-Friendly, age 7+
Our Spring Creative workshops are specially designed together with inspirational artists and our Brewery team of tutors, to inspire, teach and delight.
Our workshops are designed for children and are ideal for the whole family. Learn new creative skills by doing, making and moving in your own home.
Let’s get creative and have some fun!
This drama workshop will explore different creative ways to perform online and create together.
With lots of drama games too!
The Zoom link, meeting ID and passcode will be on your e-ticket, this will be emailed to you after booking. Please join 5 mins early to start the class on time. Do not give the log in details to anyone else.
What do I need to bring?
A notepad, pen & enthusiasm!
Are there any additional costs?
About the tutor
Molly graduated from ALRA – Academy of Live and Recorded Arts with a BA (Hons) Degree in Acting. She went on to persue her professional TV acting career, appearing in Coronation Street, ITV Comedy ‘Bad Move’ and a the new hit Netflix series called ‘Bridgerton’ on Netflix where she plays Daphnes Maid, Rose Nolan.
Alongside her acting career, Molly has taught Acting to children for 10 years with students from all over the world. Molly is really excited to meet you all in March, for some online fun!
PLEASE BOOK YOUR TICKETS IN ADVANCE OF YOUR VISIT.
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Please help us to keep you safe by using the hand sanitiser available on arrival, maintaining social distance and wearing a face covering when moving throughout the building or seated in the venue, unless eating or drinking.
All our ticket prices include a 50p commission. This fee helps us continue to fund our diverse programme. Creative learning classes & workshops are exempt.
Unwaged* – For those in receipt of Universal Credit, Working Tax credits, Job Seekers Allowance or Income Support.