Youngsters can enjoy learning about poetry, singing and performing on stage at a series of theatre workshops this Easter.
From April 14 to 17, the Theatre Laboratory in Fulham will be running theatre workshops for 8 to 18-year-olds at Fulham School for Boys.
The Easter “showstopper” workshops will teach songs, poetry, scenes and routines from current West End and Broadway shows, ending with a performance for family and friends.
The workshops include a Les Miserables masterclass, run by established stage and film actor Oliver Jackson, who has been in both the Les Miserables feature film and West End show.
Founded by professional actors and graduates of the Guildford School of Acting, Zach Morris and Rachel Knowles, the workshops aim to build children's confidence and character with 'pop-up' theatre taught by West End and Broadway actors, who are currently working in the industry on film, TV and theatre.
Zach Morris, founder of Theatre Lab, who starred in his first West End musical at aged 11, said: “It’s important that children see theatre and are immersed in it, as they learn so much about life through different characters and stories.
"I’m so grateful that my career rewards me with so many special opportunities to connect with, and inspire young people.
“Even if your child isn't interested in a career as a performer... These skills are still invaluable for communicating, leaving a positive imprint on the outside world and building character!”