Benefits of Youth Theatre
So far we have looked at our dance classes – what benefits dance offers physically, emotionally, and mentally – and I’m sure you’ll agree – the benefits are massive.
Our youth theatre programme – it offers no less, but adds to the ways the arts benefits children and young people.
Mixing drama, singing, dance – it is a safe space to try out new things, to explore issues through these mediums. It allows them to be spontaneous and take risks – to test their emotional and physical boundaries.
The arts is about personal expression – and youth theatre allows them to develop something to showcase this – without being explicit or being about them. They can create a character or storyline to perform through.
Broadened social skills
We know how beneficial dance is in general to confidence but working in a youth theatre team – where you are part of a group – means they develop skills such as tolerance of others ideas – even when they don’t agree. They improve their understanding of others and their situations as they express their ideas. They develop friendships and understand better the concepts of love, hate, loneliness. It builds community within and helps them work better in groups.
Develop artistic expression
The arts is all encompassing – dance, drams, singing – so many ways and mediums to express ideas, thoughts, feelings. Not only does it help them but develops their appreciation for those who work in this field – both on stage or camera and behind!
Youth theatre is a fantastic way for children to be themselves, be creative, be unique, be part of a community – our session runs on Thursdays at 4pm at Church of the Ascension for all over 6 years. Check out more information here and contact us for more information or to book a place
For our younger dancers – we have classes Monday and Wednesday at 3:45pm or our preschool programme information can be found here.
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