Making A Song And Dance In Paulerspury
|Published: 8th August 2012 14:32|
Making a song and dance in Paulerspury
Children in South Northamptonshire can spend a week writing and recording songs and taking part in dance routines as part of the council’s SPLAT summer programme.
Open to anyone aged eight to 16, the Songwriting and Dance Week runs from Monday, 13 August to Friday, 17 August from 9:30am to 3:30pm in Paulerspury Village Hall, and there are still some places available.
Musical Director of the Paulerspury Players, Amy Clayton, has teamed up with dance tutor and choreographer Chenade Pilgrim to offer this reasonably-priced activity week which, through collaboration with The Paulerspury Players, is priced at just £60.
No dance experience or musical instruments are required.
Participants will work in groups to write and record songs about topics that interest them, work on dance moves for their songs, and perform their work to family and friends at the end of the week.
Councillor Rosie Herring, portfolio holder for Community Engagement and Wellbeing, said: “I’m delighted that we’re able to provide so many different activities for the children and young people of South Northants.
“The Songwriting and Dance Week is an ideal activity for any child who loves to dance around the house or sing along to their favourite music.
“Limited places are still available and I would urge parents to ring up and find out more about this exciting activity.”
For more information and to book, please call 01327 322078.
More information about this activity and the other activities on offer within the SPLAT programme is available at www.southnorthants.gov.uk/SPLAT .