Dublin Stage School SUMMER CAMPS 2019
Looking for a ‘wicked’ Summer Camp experience for your child? No need to do a song and dance about it because the nationally-acclaimed Dublin Stage School Summer Camps are back this year and ready to give your child a great introduction to the entertainment industry and fun in getting there!
Dublin Stage School believes in developing the character, creativity and confidence in their students. Over the course of the camps the students are split into two age groups (4-7 and 8-16) and get to train in musical theatre, dance, singing and acting. All the activities take place in a family-orientated, fun and safe setting.
Based in two easily accessible locations in Castleknock and Blackrock, the Summer Camps will roll out a program led by professional coaches and work on bringing out the true potential for your child to take steps to explore the world of performance.
Regular students from the Dublin Stage School perform at prestigious venues such as The West End, London, Bord Gais Energy Theatre, The National Concert Hall and The Gaiety Theatre and star in international productions like Les Miserables, Miss Saigon, Matilda, Angela’s Ashes, Penny Dreadful, Vikings and First Disco to name just a few!
Evan and Emma are the founders of the highly successful Dublin Stage School. Having started their theatre life at a very young age, they progressed in 1994 to running very successful schools in three locations: Blackrock, Castleknock and Killiney.
"We are committed to helping eager students develop in every area of the performing arts, while at the same time introducing them to a range of musical genres and skills in a friendly, safe and fun environment!" say Dublin Stage School founders Evan and Emma.
Finally, the DSS Summer Camp ends on a high note with a staged performance so each child can feel what it’s like to shine in the limelight and the parents get to witness their ‘stars being born’!
Hurry and check availabilities today!
BOOK HERE: https://www.dublinstageschool.ie/summercamps
mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 01 2043814 / 01 2722276