School’s (almost) out for the summer!
And while we will be taking a break from our regular dance and performing arts classes, there are still plenty of opportunities to have fun with Noodle Performance Arts over the summer holidays. From free workshops to themed holiday camps, there’s lots of activities to choose from for children aged three and up in Sheffield and South Yorkshire.
Spaces on all our sessions are limited so please book your child’s place now to avoid any disappointment.
- Try out Noodle for free with Children’s University
Noodle is taking part in this year’s Sheffield Children’s University Festival of Fun and holding a free one-hour performing arts workshop based on a top musical. Children aged between five and 12 who have a Children’s University Passport can book a place on the session at Oughtibridge Wesleyan Reform Chapel at 11am on Friday, July 26. The workshop will involve dancing, singing and acting and is a perfect way to get a taste of the kind of fun we have at our performing arts classes.
- Make a wish with Aladdin
If your child loved the new live-action Aladdin film, don’t let them miss this magical musical workshop. Suitable for children aged between five and 13, those taking part will dance, sing and act out their favourite scenes from the Disney movie. The three-hour session will take place at Beighton Lifestyle Centre on Wednesday, July 31 and parents can leave their children at the workshop. The workshop costs £16 and a sibling discount is available.
- Sprinkle some pixie dust at fairy school
If your little one is a fan of fairies, they’ll love our themed holiday club on Monday, August 12 at Ecclesall Church Halls. The three-hour workshop is aimed at boys and girls aged three to eight and will include dancing, singing, craft activities, games and a very special visit from a VIP fairy guest. Starting at 12.30pm, parents can leave children if they wish. Places cost £16 each and a discount is available for siblings.
- Put on a show at Noodle Summer Camp
Discover exactly what it takes to bring a show to life at our four-day Noodle summer camp. From Tuesday, August 13 to Friday, August 16, children aged from five to 16 will work together to create their own theatrical production which they will perform for family and friends on the Friday evening. As well as singing, dancing and acting, those taking part will learn vital backstage skills like designing scenery, creating costumes and finding out about sound and lighting. At Sheffield Park Academy School, the camp will run from 9am to 3pm each day. The price is £109 per child and includes a summer camp t-shirt and two tickets for the final performance on the evening of August 16.
- Set sail on the seven seas with pirates and mermaids
Young children will love our fun summer holiday club where they can learn how to be a pirate or a mermaid. Aimed at youngsters aged three to eight, our three-hour Pirate and Mermaid School will include games, crafts, singing, dancing and a visit from Ariel. The workshop will run from 9.30am to 12.30pm at Beighton Lifestyle Centre on Monday, August 19. The session costs £16 per child and sibling discounts are available.
- Indulge their love of Disney
Our Disney day is the ideal holiday club if your child loves the famous animations. Boys and girls aged between three and eight can stay at the three-hour session without their parents and get stuck into plenty of arts, crafts and games. And of course, as it is a Noodle holiday club, there will lots of dancing and singing as well. Costing £16, the workshop runs from 9.30am to 12.30pm on Thursday, August 22 at St Mary’s Church in Walkley.
- Head to the library for a free workshop
This summer, Noodle Performance Arts will be holding free one-hour sessions at libraries in the Barnsley area. We will be offering workshops on a number of themes, including space, pirate and princess, the Lion King and the Greatest Showman. They will be held on various dates in different venues, including Library @ the Lightbox, Worsborough, Darfield, Mapplewell and Staincross, Dodworth, Thurnscoe and Hoyland. Please check with your nearest library for more details and to book onto a session.