St Mary's Church, Thame
By Lynne Colley - 4th September 2015 4:45pm
Are you aged 8 — 12?
Would you like to learn a new skill, make some new friends and have fun at the same time?
At Haddenham Youth Theatre we offer an informal environment for children to try their hand at acting, singing and dancing, taking part in productions and workshops, and more.
No previous experience necessary.
We welcome children from Haddenham and the surrounding villages and are looking for new members for our junior group, starting on Monday 7th September.
We meet on a Monday evening from 7pm-8pm in the Youth and Community Centre in Woodways, which is located at the Medical Centre end of the Junior School. Membership is £50 per year.
If you think you'd like to join us, we'd love to hear from you.
Please contact me, Lynne Colley, Tel: 07790 751954 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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