Plough Youth Theatre has a wide range of children’s activities this summer, from morning play sessions to a two week storytelling project.

THERE is plenty to do this summer including dragon training for beginners and a free two week drama project for teens at The Plough Arts Centre in Torrington.

Their Play-in-a-Day and Play-in-a-Morning sessions are ideal and fast-paced for energetic and imaginative young people, who will create their very own themed performance for family and friends.

For three to five year olds and their parents, Play Story is the perfect way to bring stories to life. It takes place tomorrow (Thursday) from 11am-12noon and on August 7, 14 and 21.

School’s Out For Summer on Friday is for eight to 12-year-olds and runs from 10am-4pm.

Dragon Training for Beginners on August 18 (8-12 years) and August 20 (five to seven years) also includes a craft session where you make your own unique flying dragon.

The Plough Summer Project is a free two week drama and storytelling project for anyone aged 11-18. From August 4-15 you’ll be working with experienced performers Sarah Cann and Samantha Lobb, while developing a range of drama skills and techniques.

“Projects like this are so exciting and such a fantastic opportunity for young people to be involved with,” said Sarah.

“The fact we can offer this for free means it will be completely inclusive and should attract a whole host of new faces to The Plough and to the arts in general.”

Booking is essential for all workshops, call 01805 624624 to find out more.

For all enquiries email Sarah Cann of Plough Youth Theatre on sarahpyt@theploughartscentre.org.uk