Roll up, roll up for our Greatest Showman workshops!

This Easter, Noodle Performance Arts will be running away to join the circus with two extra-special workshops.

Inspired by the Hollywood blockbuster ‘The Greatest Showman’, our holiday clubs will teach children both performing arts and circus skills. The sessions will take place on Wednesday, April 4 and Thursday, April 5 at Crystal Peaks Church, in Robin Lane, Beighton.

Children taking part will get a chance to develop their talents in musical theatre as well as trying their hand at activities including plate spinning, juggling, and using the diabolo and flower sticks.

The two workshops will be run in conjunction with Greentop Circus, a Sheffield-based organisation which has been teaching circus skills to young people in the area for more than 20 years.

The first session will take place from 1pm to 4pm on Wednesday, April 4 for children aged between three and seven. This three-hour workshop will cost £19 and £15.20 for any additional siblings.

Older children, aged from seven to 14, will take part in a longer holiday club running from 10am to 3pm on Thursday, April 5. This will cost £27.50 and £22 for siblings.

At both workshops, children can be left by parents for the duration of the sessions. At the end of each day, youngsters will put on a performance showcasing what they have learnt.

Nikki Johnson, managing director of Noodle Performance Arts, said: “At Noodle, we’re big fans of The Greatest Showman and we know it has really captured the imagination of lots of children too. These workshops will be a great opportunity to explore the film in more detail and pick up some new skills.”

Places on the workshops can be booked via the Noodle website or by emailing [email protected] or calling 07984 461711.

The Greatest Showman is a musical film starring Hugh Jackman and Zac Efron which has taken cinemas by storm. Telling the story of PT Barnum and the creation of his world famous circus, the movie includes nine original songs.

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