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14 October - 25 November 2017


Bringing powerful learning experience to children!

National Children's Theatre Term four workshops begin on Saturday 14 October 2017.

NCT Workshops are open to all children who are motivated to learn, grow, and explore the world of theatre and the arts. The program is an ongoing, year round training project for children of diverse backgrounds and has been designed to teach students about live theatre, both on stage and behind the scenes.


Term 4:   14 October to 25 November 2017

Classes are4 held every Saturday morning g from 9:00-12:00 during school terms.

Children are grouped by age: Group 1: 7-9, Group 2: 10-11, Group 3: 12-13 and Group 4: 14-17 years.

Syllabus includes dram, music, dance and physical theatre.

Refreshments are supplied between classes.

On the last day each term parents are invited  to support their young thespians by observing the classes.

Parents, here is your chance to enroll your child in these unique, challenging, innovative and stimulating classes. Through these classes children get the opportunity to develop their leadership skills, strengthening self-esteem, confidence, courage and powers of expression, and are encouraged to discover their hidden potential.

Venue:     National Children's Theatre, 3 Junction Avenue, Parktown, Johannesburg

Cost:        R1400.00 per term

For more details please contact Claudy or Cindy on 011 484 1584 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it / This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



14 October - 25 November 2017


National Children's Theatre in conjuction with Intergrated Expressive Arts will offer a new Saturday morning workshop starting on 14 October 2017. We have had several enquiries for a course of this nature and have now found a teacher with the right skills.

The teacher from Intergrated Expressive Arts is Amy de Wet who has a BA (PVA) Honours Dramatic Arts. Amy has further local and overseas qualifications and experience.

The classes will use the elements of drama to help children to investigate and experience:

* Social intergration skills

* Self-expression (free emotional expression and appropriate emotional expression)

*    A building of self-confidence and positive self-esteem

*    A flow of imagination

*    Creative thinking

*    Communicating with the world

Of course, whether the course runs depends on whether sufficient children are enrolled.

Please let us know if you are interested. Phone the theatre on 011 484 1584 and speak to Cindy or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


14 October - 25 November 2017


Four hundred years after his death, William Shakespeare remains the most widely read and performed playwright in the world. What makes him so admired? Some scholars believe that his writings still shape the way we see ourselves as human beings. At the Shakespeare Club we read his plays and try to allow his magic to work in us.

The Club is aimed at anyone interested in Shakespeare: those who have already read and enjoyed some of his plays as well as those who have never read a single line but are intrigued to explore. There is room for those who love to read aloud and for those who prefer to sit quietly and follow the text as it is performed.

The Club is led by Dr Rohan Quince (ex head of English at King David School and a Shakespeare expert)

The Club meet every Saturday afternoon during government school term from 14:30 to 16:30 in the Music Room.

Phone Cindy on 011 484 1584 to enroll.

Learners - If you are not sure to join the Club - you are welcome to come to the first meeting and check whether it's for you.