The sessions are offered on a first come first serve basis with the best candidates being most suited to the case study who have autism. We urge people to only apply should they/their child have an active interest in attending drama classes. The 10 week block sessions that can be booked onto and their times are stated below:
Ages 7 – 14 class between 2.30pm-3.30pm (group 1 will run from and to including both these dates Saturday 3rd March – Saturday 5th May)
Ages 14+ class between 4pm-5pm (group 2 will run from and to including these dates Saturday 3rd March – Saturday 5th May)
Ages 7 – 14 class between 2.30pm-3.30pm (group 3 will run from and to including these dates Saturday 12th May – Saturday 14th July)
Ages 14+ class between 4pm-5pm (group 4 will run from and to including these dates Saturday 12th May – Saturday 14th July)
So these are the 4 different block bookings we have available with sessions running from The Way Theatre/Studio, First Floor, Victoria Mill, Bolton Old Road, Atherton, M46 9FD. Unfortunately we do not have wheelchair access at this time due to having no lift and are actively looking to move to a new venue very close to here in the future to be able to be fully inclusive and apologise if this is an issue
We will also only be accepting 8 people per course for Group 1 and group 2 for assessment of class size and effects this may have. We may increase or decrease this for session 3 and 4 though dependant on our research with groups 1 and 2. Sessions for all of those are currently free too. Please return the contact form to [email protected] to declare your interest in joining the classes along with contact details so that we are able to contact you if you have received a place on the course. We will be running these short courses in the initial stages for free to develop the course before introducing a fee for those who want to continue. So don’t worry if you don’t get onto one of the initial courses we will be making our way through everyone to be able to take part in time but due to the nature of the class we do need to keep the groups smaller for the best outcomes!