Monday Night Drama Workshops

Mon 15 Apr → Mon 17 Jun | 5.30pm - 7pm
8 → 16yrs

Monday Night Drama is a performance workshop for those age 8-16 yrs. The group meet at Platform and sessions are designed to develop skills and confidence through games, workshops and regular performance opportunities.

Led by professional artists, the workshops provide the opportunity to learn, get creative and make new friends. All are welcome and no experience is necessary. 

Monday Night Drama is split into two groups within the session - one is open to all young people aged 8 - 11 years (led by Geraldine Heaney) and the other open to 12 - 16 years.

Please email tickets@platform-online.co.uk if you have any questions or would like more details.

Read more about what the group get up to on Monday Nights here and check out a video of the 8-11yrs old group's newly created sharing of their work - Jumpscares and Nightmares! 

Additional info


These classes are offered on a Pay-What-You-Like basis, where you decide what to pay.  As a guide, we recommend a payment of £5 per class. Activities are booked as a full block and a taster session may be available (dependent on availability) if you wish to try a class first - to enquire about a taster session please email tickets@platform-online.co.uk

Pay online or at the class itself in cash (we have a donations box to drop payment into) or by card - you can either pay for the full block up front or pay each week.  Please note you must pre book your space before attending - please do not attend until you have booking confirmation.

Class leader Geraldine, who leads the 8-11yr old group said: “At Monday Night Drama we play games, swap stories, imagine new ideas, make shows, write songs, learn dances, create props, design costumes and learn to work together.

Monday Night has always been drama night for me. When I was a child I went to a youth theatre on a Monday Night and I've been working with the group at Platform for a really long time. I love collaborating with the young people. We're all learning from each other and trying to have the most fun possible!".


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