New youth theatre runs pilot as part of Crewe Lyceum Halloween half-term fun
22nd Oct 2021 | Local News
CREWE'S Lyceum Theatre will be laying on some spooky fun for schoolchildren during the October half term.
Children of all ages can find something fun and creative to get involved with in a wide range of Halloween-inspired workshops designed to teach new skills.
Young participants will have the opportunity to work with local theatre and creative professionals such as Abi Hulse, a local theatre designer and maker, who will be showing how to design and make masks and costumes ready for trick or treating and Halloween parties.
Local choreographer and dancer, Jack Robinson will be running a spooky dance workshop to learn a new routine suitable for all abilities.
On Friday, October 29 children aged 8-13 can spend a day honing their performance skills in a workshop to pilot a potential new youth theatre at the Crewe Lyceum Theatre.
The jam-packed week is rounded off with a Ghost Theatre Tour for older children and a Halloween party for younger ones.
Party-goers are invited to attend our costume, mask and dance workshops to get ready ahead of the party which includes a costume competition!
All activities are now live and bookable via the Crewe Lyceum Theatre website.