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Sunday Shed - Adult Performance Skills

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Come along for an fun and energising session dedicated to the world of musical theatre, where we'll dive into a dynamic "all singing, dancing, and acting" musical theatre project!

Together, we'll delve into beloved songs from your favourite West End and Broadway musicals. We'll bring these songs to life on stage, infuse them with captivating lights and costumes, and share short sections with an audience at the end of Summer term!


If you have never attended a Sunday Shed workshop your first session is free with promo code SUNTRIAL

Term dates

Adult Performance Skills runs every week, 1.30pm - 3.30pm, from 21 Apr to 7 Mar, excluding 26 May and 9 Jun.

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Musical Theatre

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Get on stage!

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Every Sunday

What is Sunday Shed?

Sunday Shed is the perfect way to get involved with Chickenshed for the first time. There are drop-in workshops and performance projects held every Sunday!

Workshops for Adults

Discover the joy of being part of Chickenshed's vibrant adult workshop community

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Accessibility

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

If you're coming to a workshop and have specific access requirements, we would advise you to contact us in advance so that we can make sure your needs are catered for.

Times & Tickets for Sunday Shed - Adult Performance Skills

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Sunday 21 April 2024

Sunday 28 April 2024

Sunday 5 May 2024

Sunday 12 May 2024

Sunday 19 May 2024

Sunday 2 June 2024

Sunday 16 June 2024

Sunday 23 June 2024

Sunday 30 June 2024

Sunday 7 July 2024

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