Time Table

Tuesday:

Dance Acro, 4.15 – 5.15 pm, The Dracaena Centre Falmouth

Work on your strength, flexibility and gymnastic ability in this challenging but fun dance style that fuses classical dance with precision acrobatic techniques. For ages 5-11.

Drama, The Draceana Centre Falmouth

Our weekly Drama sessions focus on improvisation, devising and performance, members perform several times a year on stage in professional theatre venues. In order for our young people to get the most out of the sessions, we offer classes for three age groups:

5.30 – 6.30 Poodle cast, (ages 5 – 8)

6.30 – 7.30 Bulldog cast, (9-11)

7.30 – 8.30 Greyhound cast, (12+)

Wednesday:

Scruffy Mutt Dance Company, 4 – 6pm, The Dracaena Centre Falmouth

Invitation only group of talented young dancers representing Cornwall through nationwide competitions. Ages 10 – 18.

Saturday:

Scruffy Mutt Dance Company, 11 – 1pm, The Athenaeum Club, Falmouth.

Cheerleading, St Gluvias Church Hall, Penryn

Have fun and challenge yourself learning acrobatic tricks and routines as a member of Scruffy Mutt Cheerleading squad.

3 – 4 pm, ages 7 -11

4 – 5 pm, ages 12 -18

Freestyle Dance, 6 – 7 pm, The Athenaeum Club, Falmouth

Get strong, fit and flexible, and work towards performances as you train in a fun dance style that encourages individual expression.  For ages 7 -13.

Physical Theatre, 7 – 8 pm, The Athenaeum Club Falmouth

Invitation only group working towards numerous performances and, from November onwards, a 2018 Fringe tour. Ages 11- 18.

Sunday:

A Clockwork Orange, 3 – 6 pm, Age UK Falmouth

Rehearsals for our adaptation of ‘A Clockwork Orange’ for the Edinburgh Fringe 2017.

 

 

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