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Tantrum’s world-changing April School Holiday workshop

Join Tantrum in the April school holidays for this inclusive and collaborative theatre making workshop.

In the year 2150 a group of young people wake up to find their world irrevocably changed. What happened? Who else is alive? Will the world ever be the same? Tantrum’s April school holiday’s program will answer all those questions.

Develop characters and stories onsite in this four-day workshop at the Hunter Wetlands Centre, and create your own costume from found and used materials. Perform a site-specific show to an audience of your friends and family on the last day! This workshop is available to new as well as returning members in Years 3-6. Book online at www.tantrum.org.au/workshops.html.

 

Who: Yr3-6 school students
Dates: Monday 18 – Thursday 21 April, 2016
Times: 10am – 3pm
Venue: Hunter Wetlands Centre, 1 Wetlands Place, Shortland, 2307
Cost: $250

Public performances of the production will happen on Thursday,  April 21 at 11am & 1.30pm. Wetlands entry fee charged for audience members only.

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