Are you a master of making up stories, inventing alternative universes or pretending to be somebody you're not?
Do you love playing, singing, acting, movement and music? Do you have a ridiculously creative and energetic spirit, or do you wish you had the confidence to share your imagination with the world?
YOU NEED TO JOIN THE TRIBE.
We are all about working together to build confidence, empower ourselves and support each other to do amazing things in these difficult times. Together we will turn our own songs and stories into immersive and imaginative performance adventures in our living room!
For ages 6-12 and families.
What you need: Yourself and a world of imagination!
See also – class access information below.
Tutors: Kate and Lucy Mellors
Kate Mellors is a very experienced voice coach and creative arts facilitator who has worked with individuals, schools, community choirs and vulnerable groups for almost 15 years. She trained at Leeds College of Music, is part of the Bearface Theatre interactive storytelling team, and sings professionally with various bands. She has seen the incredible growth that being creative as part of a team can bring to people’s lives and is determined to have a good giggle with you all while providing a safe space to push yourselves to do amazing, beautiful and surprising things.
Lucy Mellors is a professional opera singer and actor who loves cats, biscuits and rolling down hills. Trained at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, with a master’s in advanced Opera Performance, Lucy now spends her time working with choirs, drama groups and opera companies around the country, performing and creating all sorts of stories, and encouraging silliness wherever she goes.
Yes, Kate and Lucy are sisters. And yes, they have been making up ‘shows’ together ever since they can remember...
Sessions: Monday 18 May - Monday 22 June, 4.30pm - 5.15pm
Tickets: £5 per week or £25 for six sessions (per household)
Book your space for the Online Class: TRIBE - Kids Alternative Stage School with Hampshire Cultural Trust's Forest Arts Centre, New Milton now!
Class access information
This class will run live each week via Zoom, an online streaming website. Zoom is an online platform which allows you to talk live to your tutor and classmates via a video or audio call. This class is designed to be progressive, with sessions each week following on from the previous week, helping to build your experience over the course of the class. Your booking is for all six sessions unless you book per session. As this class is live, you will need to be available at the time specified to participate.
To access your class you will be sent a link to a Zoom meeting on the day of each session that you have booked. You will also need access to a device with an internet connection and speakers– a computer, laptop, phone or tablet should do the job. If you would like to be able to talk with your tutor via audio your device will also need a microphone. If you would like to speak with your tutor via video your device will also need a camera.
Prior to the start date of your class our team will be in touch via email. We will confirm the email address you have used to create your Zoom account so we can add you to the class. We will also send you detailed instructions via email to help you log into your online class. We will have a member of our team on standby for the first two week of class to assist you with any issues you may have accessing your class. Simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need help.
- This online class programme is a pilot -
Please ensure that there is no offence or inappropriate items in your background, a member of HCT staff will be observing each live session and monitoring overall behaviour. Please take care when moving, please be aware of any hazards such has ornaments that could be knocked over or trip hazards. Please wear comfortable footwear and do not wear socks on slippery surfaces such as laminate floor. Wear comfortable, non-restrictive clothing which is easy to move around in. Follow the teacher’s directions as per the video and be respectful of others in the class. We cannot accept responsibility for any injuries, loss or damage that maybe caused when following the movement. It is the viewers responsibility to look after their own safety and be sensible when moving and the viewer shall take part at his/hers own risk