Advanced MT: Six the Musical

Work with Chloe Lupton to devise scenes and advanced routines inspired by the hit historical musical.

For AgesAge 18-21, S1/2, S3/4, S5+

Divorced. Beheaded. Live… on Zoom!

Spend three days learning the fate of Henry VIII’s wives! You will have the chance to explore and devise scenes from musical, whilst learning and creating your own choreography to your favourite ‘Six’ songs. Pre-recorded sections will intertwine with some live performances as we host our very own Zoom ‘Pop Concert’ on the final day.
Can’t wait to see you all there –

XO Baby!

Places available

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Event Details

Start date: July 08, 2020

End date: July 10, 2020

Start time: 11:00

End time: 13:30

Phone: 0345 130 5218


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