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Free to Act

Free Drama & Performing Arts Workshops for children aged 6+.

Free to Act Performing Arts Group

Free to Act is an innovative project which provides a space where young people can come and refine their skills and showcase them through theatre performances. The Free to Act group specialises in bringing out the hidden potential within young people – giving young people the freedom to step out of their shells and act upon their creative thoughts, dynamic ideas & social themes which influence their lives. The group welcomes young people of all abilities and skill sets.

Free to Act Performing Arts Groups:

Free to Act – Elephant Club at Camberwell Library
From Wednesday 30th January until the end of March and will be 4.30pm - 5.30pm on Wednesdays
In Room 3, Camberwell Library, SE5 7AL
Elephant Club is FREE to join and for ages 6-10.
For more information please contact Louise on 020 7701 0100 or louise@blueelephanttheatre.co.uk. You can also download and complete the Free to Act Sign Up Form and email it to Louise.

Free to Act – Adventure Playground Project
Friday afternoons until the end of March from 5pm - 6pm
At Bethwin Road Adventure Playground
Free to Act is FREE to join and for ages 7 - 11.
For more information, please contact Louise on 020 7701 0100 or louise@blueelephanttheatre.co.uk. You can also download and complete the Free to Act Sign Up Form and send it to her.

Funded by Camberwell Community Council

Free to Act Performing Arts Group Aims

  • To build confidence, and offer young people exciting extracurricular activities
  • To create opportunities for young people to explore their personal gifts and talents
  • To create a group which offers a safe haven for young people to develop their skills and talents
  • To raise awareness of pertinent issues that affect young people
  • To create opportunities for young people to meet other young people and make new friends

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