We still have room in our Thursday and Friday theatre classes for children in Takapuna for children from 5yrs - 16 yrs of age.
Tim Bray Productions’ Youth Theatre encourages self-confidence and focus. It is an enjoyable way for members to explore their imaginations and to harness and express their creativity.
Members learn various drama techniques such as voice, characterisation, movement and scene work.
Our Youth Theatre is more than just a weekly drama class
In 2019 there will be opportunities for family and friends to see observe their children’s work with an open class in Term 1, and a performance by each class for their family and friends at the end of Term 3. Finally in Term 4, the students will host their last classes of the year and hope to invite keen family members to come along and have a go at some of their favourite drama exercises.
We would love to teach your children the power of theatre.
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A huge congratulations to MEC student Jesse Chen who is representing New Zealand at the world accordion championships! Inspiring stuff!
Our Urban Forage Mahinga Kai started at Auckland Domain with a walk through the lower tracks with Riki Bennett to discover a range of edible and not so edible plants, trees and berries.
The forage was then followed by a gourmet luncheon and some of the menu items were prepared using the Kai cooker.
The main highlight was the Kahikatea Berry Jelly which consisted of berries foraged from a year ago.
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