10:44 Wednesday 13 November 2013

Playright Theatre Company's workshop is a hit with youngsters

Written byJORDAN DAY

Some of the youngsters who took part in Playright Theatre Company's workshop. Some of the youngsters who took part in Playright Theatre Company's workshop.

Budding actors were able to perfect their stage skills during a fun-filled workshop in Ely.

The PlayRight Theatre Company, which launched a new youth theatre group in the city earlier this year, held a two-day workshop at the Cathedral Centre.

Young people of all ages were able to play drama games, learn about improvisation techniques and create a short play, which they then performed to family and friends.

Charlotte Borland, company director, said: “We all had great fun and created a fantastic little show. The group should be so proud of themselves as the show was a scary spectacular.”

The company teaches specifically theatre - not singing or dancing - and runs groups across the region.

The group meets at the Cathedral Centre every Friday evening and is for boys and girls aged 8-16.

Call 07794 621055 or email youthely@playrighttheatre.co.uk for more information.

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