TAPAC runs a range of popular school holiday programmes for ages 5-17. Browse and book below. We will be adding more programmes as they are confirmed.
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Learn the techniques used by professional circus performers including acrobatics, tumbling, juggling and diabolo! Students will be guided by industry experts in a safe, creative and fun environment.
This high-energy programme takes a contemporary, fierce and fun approach to musical theatre that will enhance your singing, dancing and acting and help you unleash your unique star power…
This fun, creative course will bring out the inner performers in young children, building their confidence and improving their skills.
Vocal powerhouse Ebony Andrew will introduce you the foundations of singing for the stage with vocal technique, confidence and expression. Learn tools of how to express your unique voice and make your performances shine...
Through drama, movement, improvisation and voice, children will develop their dance, acting and speaking skills and be involved in a host of fairytale-themed activities.
Learn new hip hop moves from top hip hop performer Bianca Paine. This high-energy, intensive workshop is suitable for beginners and experienced hip hop dancers.
Using a sword and shield together has proven to be a fantastic way to defeat the enemy. One arm providing defence and one arm providing the attack. Most cultures around the world at some point had this weapon style.
During 5 exciting days, our young actors will take part in rehearsing and performing their own theatrical creation, ready to Hit the Stage! at the end of the week with a performance for family and friends.
When you hear Axe and shield it’s hard not to think about Vikings! Very similar to the sword and shield however it has its own advantages and disadvantages. All this you will find out when you come and play with us.
Develop practical skills to use in the film and television industry and build your confidence and self-esteem as an actor by learning insider’s tips from professional actor and TAPAC tutor Ruby Love
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