Scarborough Programme: Summary of Activities

Creative Dance
Dance sessions with various choreography styles, fitness, performances, show preparation and rehearsals, and party dances.

Our newest member of the team, Jamie – a professional actor – will work with members on script writing, drama techniques and performance.

Working alongside Jonny, our musician, to learn the art of song writing, the use of instruments, singing and recording in the studio. Also visits from ‘Route 66’ band where all members are included.

Creative Art Workshops
Running a monthly theme, a multimedia stage mural is created on theme. In addition, there are several creative side projects.

Singing with Creative Signing
Using British Sign Language, Jo delivers signing sessions to perform powerful songs with meaning.

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The Puppet Conservatory
A collaboration with this puppet factory theatre company at our Hull branch.

Print Workshops
In the new print room, the hot press printing equipment allows members to design, upload and print their creative designs onto mugs, aprons, and t-shirts.

Sensory Roof Garden
With a new spacious roof garden beside the dance studio, we’re creating a seating area with terracotta planters and raised beds with lots of colour to make it the ideal place to eat lunch on a nice day!

Performance Shows
Producing two big shows a year (Christmas and Summer), there is always something to rehearse for. Members can be involved with the shows as much or as little as they wish from set and costume design to performance.

Team Building Challenges
A chance for everyone to work together to problem solve and a bit of friendly competition.

Games Hour
Indoor and outdoor games, along with our next project of designing and creating a crazy golf course; also, Boccia ball and curling.

Forest Project
Our up and coming on-going project will include regular forest trips with a purpose including nature challenges, research, music, games, and adventures!

Scarborough Rotunda Museum
A collaboration, matching our themes and motif to the museum collections, 3d printing of palaeontology bone replicas, remodelling and exhibiting in the art gallery.