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Mold Children's Holiday School

Join us for our Theatre Summer School

Dance, act and sing this summer

The Summerschool is at Ysgol Bryn Coch in Mold.  The week-long workshop runs from 9.30am – 3.30pm from Monday to Friday and is suitable for children from age five up to eighteen.

Mold Summer School Information

Look at the exciting list of themes for this year

We’re doing things sightly differently this year. Each day will follow a different theme. That means that children can choose to come for just one day or they can attend a selection of days and learn about five different productions. We’ll invite family and friends in on Friday afternoon to see the end of week presentation.

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Frozen

Monday 31st July

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Wicked

Tuesday 1st August

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Everybody's Talking About Jamie

Wednesday 2nd August

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Matilda

Thursday 3rd August

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Six

Friday 4th August

Here's a look at some of the great pictures from previous workshops.....

Theatretrain Mold Summer School FAQs

There is ample short-stay parking on the roads adjacent to the school.

Please send your child wearing suitable clothing to dance in (i.e. Leggings, jogging bottoms, jazz pants, and suitable footwear; trainers, ballet or jazz shoes). Not sandals or flip-flops or skirts or jeans.

We have a supervised 15 minute break in the morning, half an hour for lunch and then another 15 minutes in the afternoon. Please send a suitable lunch and snacks for your child each day.

Yes! Family and friends are invited to join us for a short presentation in the school hall at 3pm on Friday

Of course! Our teachers are either professional actors or teachers (and in some cases both!). We all hold DBS certificates and  are licensed with our local authorities to chaperone children in theatrical performances.

Yes. Please make payments to the following account:

Sort Code: 09-01-28

Account No: 94112590

Account Name: Theatre Plus

Please use your child’s name as reference.

rsz 2022 06 30 195855

Got a question? We’re happy to help…