Pandora’s Box performance
- Credit: Archant
PARENTS were invited into a Nailsea school for a show after pupils took part in a drama workshop.
Children in years five and six from Golden Valley Primary School’s drama club were treated to a one-day workshop from Tillie’s School of Performing Arts.
The sessions were led by Tillie and James and kicked off with drama skills games to build confidence and techniques.
Pupils then developed an exciting performance entitled Pandora’s Box - full of humour, tension, love and betrayal.
The 20 budding thespians - aged eight to 11 - enjoyed learning about performance and demonstrating their talents.
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Tillie’s School of Performing Arts runs classes in Nailsea, Portishead and Weston as well as sessions in schools across North Somerset.
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