Newport Pagnell School of Performing Arts
Welcome to Newport Pagnell School of Performing Arts, home of affordable and accessible drama activities in Buckinghamshire. From weekly drama classes to fun-filled holiday workshops, we welcome children aged 6-18 years, no matter what level of experience you may have. We strive to ensure that all our activities are as affordable and accessible as possible, whilst maintaining high-quality teaching from industry professionals. All our teachers are Enhanced DBS checked, helping ensure that your child is in safe hands. We hope that you find all the information on this site useful; however, should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.
From weekly drama classes to two-day holiday workshops, we strive to provide fun, engaging and exciting drama activities for young people that
are of the highest-quality with the lowest fees possible. We also work with local businesses to provide free or reduced-rate activities. Alongside our low fees, we also strive to ensure each activity is as accessible as possible, and we welcome students with differences, including those who are deaf, blind or have autistism, cerebal palsy and ADHD.
Our weekly classes run every Thursday at Moulsoe Millennium Hall, just 10 minutes driive from the centre of Newport Pagnell:
The Young Ones (6-10 Years) 18:00-19:00
The Middle Ones (10-14 Years) 19:00-20:20
The Older Ones (14-18 Years) 20:20-22:00
Each classes contains a mixture of games and improvisation to help our students explore drama individually and as an ensemble. Our students work towards a sharing for friends and family at the end of each term, ranging from short story’s to short plays and devised pieces. Every class is a different experience for our students at Big Bold Youth, with our teachers being able to customise our activities to suit each students needs.
There are huge amount of benefits to be gained from joining one of our activities including:
- creating drama through team work
- exploring drama through games and improvisation
- building friendships
- gaining experience in the performing arts
- gaining confidence
- improving listening and co-ordination skills
All our activities are taught by professional trained actors who have studied at some of this country’s top drama schools, ensuring that each students training is up-to-date and of the highest quality.
Not sure if you’ll enjoy drama? We offer free trials for all our classes, giving every student a chance to experience our activities without having to commit to a full term.
Alongside our weekly drama classes, we run term-time and holiday workshops across the year. Every workshop is a different and exciting experience, containing a mixture of games and improvisation to help our students explore drama individually and as an ensemble.
Our Term-Time Workshops are one of our shorter activities lasting 4 hours, focusing on developing students acting skills and/or focusing on a specific subject. Our Holiday Workshops are our longest activities and students work towards a short sharing at the end of workshops for friends and family.
Moulsoe Millennium Hall
Cranfield Road, Moulsoe
Telephone: 01908 538 565
School Website: http://www.npsopa.co.uk
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From Our Timetable:
The Middle Ones
Thursdays at 19:00-20:20
The Middle Ones class is suitable for 10-14 year olds and each session contains a mixture of fun games, improvisation and text work encouraging our students to work as team to create drama. Our Middle Ones class lasts 80 minutes.
The Middle Ones class is designed to introduce students to acting or expand on any previous experience they may have, catering to each students individual needs.
Our students work on a new project each term, including short stories, plays and devising work, which are shown as part of a sharing at the end of term for friends and family. These projects are designed to introduce students to working as an ensemble, learning lines and expanding on the skills learnt throughout the term.
We are regularly contacted throughout the year regarding casting opportunities for theatre, television, film and radio productions by casting directors, which in turn provides our students with some potentially invaluable opportunities in the industry.