Easter Creative Arts Camp | March 26th – 30th
Easter Creative Arts Camp
Mon, 26th March – Fri, 30th March | 10am – 3pm
€100 per Child | Limited Capacity (€80 for second and third sibling)
Group 1: 6 – 9 yr | Group 2: 10 – 12 yrs
Belltable is delighted to announce an exciting week of creative fun this Easter. This brand new programme developed by playwright Liam McCarthy is an opportunity for 6 to 12 year olds to experience drama, singing and movement. This year’s camp theme is The Jungle Book.
Under the guidance of experience theatre makers and facilitators Liam McCarthy and Eimear O’Riordan, the children will take part in specialist workshops including mime, directing, creative writing for theatre and visual arts.
A performance presentation of the children’s work will be shown to families and friends on 30th March at 3pm.
Camp Times: 10am to 3pm (drop off from 9.30am)
Camp Location: Belltable Hub, 69 O’Connell Street, Limerick City (next to Belltable theatre, up the stoop on the left of theatre entrance)
- Packed lunch for small and big break
- Wear comfortable clothes and runners
- Suncream or rain gear depending on weather
Liam McCarthy: Liam has worked as a facilitator and drama teacher with many theatre schools and centres throughout Ireland as well as in Spain, Italy and in the USA. He is currently project manager at the Ark, Dublin a cultural centre for children and has recently worked as a facilitator for Dublin Theatre Festival. Liam is also a playwright and theatre maker and has worked with companies such as The Traverse, Edinburgh, Rough Magic, Druid, Siren Productions, the Samuel Beckett Centre and Octopus Soup theatre. He has worked as a drama teacher with the Independent Theatre Workshop, Dublin and participated in the Belltable: Connect mentorship in 2017. He studied drama at Trinity College Dublin and at UC Berkeley, California.
Eimear O’Riordan: Eimear studied Drama and Theatre at Trinity College Dublin after graduating she moved to London to pursue an MA in Acting. She trained at Drama Centre where she was awarded the Vice Chancellor scholarship for excellence. She has performed on many stages across Ireland and the UK including The Peacock, Project Arts Centre, Smock Alley, Samuel Beckett Theatre, The Tron, Glasgow, Cork Opera House, The Everyman Palace Theatre, Theatre 503, and Platform Theatre London. Eimear has worked for many theatre schools across Ireland and the UK and currently works for the Mel Ryan School where she directs the annual Mel Ryan School Show at The Mill Theatre, Dundrum each year.
For further information and to book contact box office on 061 953400 ext 1.
- No exchange or refund
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