Drama MOB Classes...

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:

Classes for children aged 4-6 - acting through role play / improvisations / drama games / very relaxed and informal fun to encourage confidence

 

Classes for children aged 7-16- script reading / building a character / improvisations / working together on showcases to perform in professional theatres with tickets sold to friends and family!

 

WHEN:

Every Saturday 9.30-10.30am 10.45-11.45am and 12pm-1pm & every Tuesday 4pm-5pm and 5pm-6pm

 

WHERE:

We hold our classes in the beautiful, historic Old Parsonage in Didsbury - Old Parsonage, Stenner Lane, Didsbury, Manchester, M20 2RQ

 

OTHER INFO:

The Drama MOB represents children who play regular characters in 'Coronation Street' and 'Hollyoaks' through our casting agency, Drama MOB Management.

 

We also hold holiday clubs and summer school - discounted prices for current students. We continue to make links with Manchester casting directors for any work suitable for our children and to keep classes small and friendly, ensuring they have lots of fun whilst learning new skills. For classes for all children aged 4-11 a sibling discount is available.

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Your Drama MOB Teachers...

Tina O'Brien and Esther Morgan

TINA O'BRIEN:

Tina is an actress and has been working in TV & theatre from the age of 10. Her credits include Waterloo Rd. and Call The Midwife amongst others, and is currently playing Sarah in Coronation St. She teaches the classes each week.

 

ESTHER MORGAN:

Esther has been a primary school teacher for the past 9 years and specialises in drama. She has taught in schools across Manchester and been involved in putting on professional theatre productions.

 

CHERYL BRIDGE:

After training to be an actress, Cheryl worked in a number of professional productions playing lead roles in Shakespeare's The Tempest (Miranda) and "The Three Musketeers' (Constance Bonasieur).

 

Teaching at Drama MOB allows Cheryl to share her love of drama especially as she says, "Drama is sadly on the decline in many schools. It's so important that children can grow in confidence and have opportunities to role play make believe situations. I love to stretch children's imaginations and encourage self-expression. I'm so happy to be a part of The Drama MOB, I never feel like I'm going to work!"

 

 

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