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Valhalla Street Theatre Drama Workshops

Palmer Memorial Hall, Mark Street, Newtownards, Co Down, BT23 4DT


Valhalla Street Theatre will be throwing open their doors and welcoming people of all abilities and ages (18 yrs +) to join them in a new programme of drama workshops. Led by professional drama coach Chris Curry, the group will learn all sorts of stage crafts exploring the art of storytelling.

These workshops will lead to Historical Walking Tour of Movilla Cemetery on Sunday 3 March at 2pm when local characters will come back from the past to tell you their stories.

There will be no charge to come along and join in for one, some, or all of the workshops - be prepared to have some fun. 

These events are designed to promote engagement and enjoyment of performing arts...

Tuesday 30 January 7.30pm 
Stepping into the past – Palmer Hall, Ards

Sunday 4 February 1.30pm
Local people – Movilla Cemetery

Tuesday 6 February 7.30pm
Historical storytelling – Palmer Hall, Ards

Tuesday 13 February 7.30pm
Story Development – Palmer Hall, Ards

Tuesday 20 February 7.30pm
Folklore storytelling - Palmer Hall, Ards

Tuesday 27 February 7.30pm
Sketch Development – Palmer Hall, Ards

Skills developed through the workshops will be showcased at a special Movilla Cemetery Historical Tour on Sunday 3 March 2024, 2pm | Book Tour

Funded by Ards and North Down Borough Council Arts Grant Fund

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