We’re excited to say next Monday sees the return of classes here at The Garage. Gabby Meadows, our Participation Programme manager and a tutor, can’t wait for them to start. She said: “We have some exciting things in the pipeline performance-wise. We’re delighted to be hosting the Norfolk County Youth Choir, which is completely free […]
Liv Burton joined our HNC Programme in Performing Arts course because she wanted to improve her skillset before going to university next year. The Level 4 course has three specialist pathways in Acting, Dance and Musical Theatre. The courses also include units where all pathways work together. Delivered by industry professionals, the aim is to […]
Every year, the National Theatre commissions some of the UK’s most exciting writers to write ten plays for the theatre-makers of tomorrow. The Garage are proud to be partnering with the Connections Festival. We’re especially thrilled to be hosting three of the participating companies in our theatre from 22-23 June. Fisher Youth Theatre Group perform […]
As lockdown restrictions begin to ease, and potentially for good this time, our HNC Acting Lecturer Sam Webber took a look back at a year of online teaching at The Garage Just over a year ago, the day before the first national lockdown was announced, we were preparing for the final week of our HNC […]
11/07/2017 Over the last month The Garage has been lucky enough to be the chosen charity for two events. The first of these events was a non-uniform day hosted by Magdalen Gates Primary School but this was no ordinary non – uniform day as it was decided it would be a pirate and princess’s themed […]
06/02/2017 Our first Children’s Ukulele Festival took place on 2 Feb – and what a wonderful day it was! Around 90 young uke players aged between six and nine from seven Norfolk schools came to The Garage in Norwich to celebrate World Play Your Ukulele Day with workshops, sharings and a performance by The Banana Ukulele Band. The schools which […]
10/01/2017 Year 6s from Sheringham Primary School explored what it was like to be a World War 2 evacuee through a drama project with The Garage. The weekly sessions which took place over the Autumn term ended with a day out to the town’s Little Theatre to share their new theatrical skills with parents and […]
03/01/2017 The Garage are running a series of Band Clubs in Cromer and Fakenham, giving young people the opportunity to playing instruments, explore their voice, write a song and make music with other young people. Full information can be found on the flyer below!