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Summer Shed

Summer shed

Summer Shed is for anyone between the ages 5 - 11 in school years 1 - 6, and is delivered by Chickenshed's highly experienced and energetic performers!

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Learn Songs


Spark imagination

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Learn dances

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Perform to friends and family

What is Summer Shed?

Beginning on Monday morning children will be part of a group that will together come up with ideas, learn songs and make up dances, all in time for a special event for family and friends on the Friday afternoon!

Summer Shed runs all week, Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 3.30pm. Children will need to bring a packed lunch and any snacks required for the day.

Different weeks

Summer Shed is running over two separate weeks - week beginning 29 July and week beginning 5 August 

Each week is different so you can book onto one or both weeks


Bookings are for the whole week. It is not possible to book for individual days

If you are booking for more than one child there is a 25% discount for any siblings

Young company

Chickenshed’s Young Company is a place for every individual to flourish.

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Everyone is welcome at Summer Shed, and you can find all info on access at Chickenshed here.

If your child has any specific requirements that you wish to discuss in advance, please contact Ellie Morton or Georgie Jacobs so that we can make sure your needs are catered for.

Get in touch

For more information contact Children's Theatre Producer, Georgie Jacobs.

For more information contact Young Company Creative Producer, Ellie Morton.

Times & Tickets for Summer Shed

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If you're booking for multiple other people, you can only book one set of tickets at a time. Please complete your purchase for the first person, then return to this page to start your second booking.

Monday 29 July 2024

Monday 5 August 2024

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