Arts Award Club with Norwich Theatre Royal

A unique opportunity for young people to grow as artists and arts leaders

Do you want to learn new skills in the arts and develop your creativity and communication?

Arts Award Club with Norwich Theatre Royal

Arts Award can be achieved in any area of the arts – it's up to you! Members will explore the world of theatre-making with Norwich Theatre Royal's dedicated advisers who can support young people in developing their arts interests. You can be the creator or performer of your own work, or choose to develop creative skills with roles in marketing or event management.

It's for anyone aged 7 up to 25 years and will be a wonderful, creative collaboration. Everyone will have their own individual keepsake log book to record their personal experiences.

Arts Award is offered at five levels; four accredited (Explore, Bronze, Silver & Gold) & one introductory for younger participants (Discover). At the end of the programme, everyone's work will be moderated for a national qualification which is administered by Arts Council England and Trinity College London.

Members of Arts Award Club can decide their own level with the help of the advisers. The course will run every Thursday, during term time, from 4 – 5pm. Please note there may be additional sessions arranged to allow for extra activities. The fee each full term is £40 + the final moderation cost. We are limiting the group to 20 places for the first half term programme (£20 fee, £40 for full term)

We start a 6 week course on Thursday 23rd February, running until Thursday 30th March 2017.

Email [email protected] for more information and details on how to book your place.

Please book now to avoid disappointment!


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  • Mark Ruddick

    On 22 February 2017, 17:13 Mark Ruddick commented:

    Hi Victoria

    I appreciate that it is a little late now but if you think the students would enjoy a stage combat workshop then I would love to arrange something with you.

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