13+ Years

fridays:

Dalby: Drama Senior

Continue your learning of performance and creative skills through exciting drama activities and exercises.

Facilitated by The Empire Youth Arts

Senior class members in theater workshop doing improv
Senior class members in theater workshop doing improv

#Term Three 2024

Indulge in your love of drama alongside an incredible community of like-minded young people. Dalby Senior classes provide students the opportunity to develop their performance skills and knowledge, through improvisation, scene work and other creative challenges.

IMPORTANT: In order to secure your enrolment, please ensure an enrolment form is filled out and your enrolment fee is paid!

Friday 19 July - 4:30pm

Friday 26 July - 4:30pm

Friday 02 August - 4:30pm

Friday 09 August - 4:30pm

Friday 16 August - 4:30pm

Friday 23 August - 4:30pm

Friday 30 August - 4:30pm

Friday 06 September - 4:30pm


Per Term $170
 *a transaction fee of $5 applies per transaction for phone and internet bookings.

St John's Anglican Church, 153 Cunningham Street, Dalby.


Drama


90mins

Thank you to ~our supporter~

Thank you to our supporter


Western Downs Regional Council (WDRC) is at the forefront of the changing world and works to support the growing region, with a Corporate Plan underpinned by progress, people, place, and performance.

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Acknowledgement
of country

The Empire acknowledges the Traditional Custodians, the Giabal, Jarowair and Western Wakka Wakka peoples, where we work and present stories. We would like to pay respect to the Elders, past and present and to all First Nations peoples.

Artwork: We Are Yuree by Adrian Bauwens

Empire Theatre