Stagezone Singing Dancing & Drama Classes at Draiocht
Stagezone Theatre School - Fridays & Saturdays
Singing Dancing & Drama Classes at Draíocht
With an emphasis on Musical Theatre
Stagezone Dance & Drama Classes (Children)
Stagezone Dance & Drama Classes (Children)
Contact information for Stagezone
Phone: Gladys Coyle 087 419 0165
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Would you like to run a class or workshop at Draíocht?
Draíocht has spaces available for hire which are suitable for most functions including conferences, presentations, meetings, auditions, rehearsals, classes and workshops.
Please call Ciara Corrigan on 01-8098024 for more information and hire fees or email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to our Room Hires Section http://www.draiocht.ie/about/room_hire/
Preparing For Section 3 - Art Appreciation
SECONDARY SCHOOLS & LEAVING CERTIFICATE
COST: €25 PER CLASS / Duration 1 hour
Section 3 of the Leaving Certificate Art exam paper often includes a question on visiting an exhibition or a gallery space. Facilitated by artist Andrew Carson, this tour gives students the opportunity to ask questions and explore Draíocht’s exhibitions, focusing on how we layout, install, display and light work. They will also have an opportunity to make notes, sketches and diagrams.
Contact Sarah on 01-8098029 to arrange a tour that will help students answer possible questions around gallery installation and exhibitions. All materials will be provided. Please give at least 2 weeks notice. Max 30 students per class with accompanying teacher.
BASS - Band And Song Support
Spring & Summer 2017
AGE: 14-18 YEARS
SELECT TUESDAYS / 6.45PM-9PM / MAR-MAY 2017
Draíocht will continue to offer up supervised creative space for thinking, writing, collaboration and rehearsal for young people within the Dublin 15 area who are interested in spending time with other creatives in a shared space. If you would like to find out more about this free musical support please contact email@example.com or 01 8098029 .
Free space will be offered on select Tuesdays through Jan, Feb and Mar from 6.45 pm to 9pm. Pre-registration is recommended, but not necessary. Tuesdays are dependent on availability of space.
Draiocht’s Artist In Your Classroom Initiative 2017
Workshops in your Classroom with Draiocht’s Artists
This programme aims to provide a range of high quality arts experiences for Primary school pupils and teachers in your own classroom, facilitated by Draíocht’s professional artists. Your school can choose from two of specially selected and purposefully created school workshops below.
This Season, pupils will have the opportunity to create cartoons with Alan Nolan or bring out their dramatic side with drama with Eimear Morrissey. Workshops are tailored to your class’s age and abilities and will work with two separate classes each day.
Cartoons In Your Classroom
Age Range: 2nd-6th Class
Duration: 2 Class Group Workshops of 1.5 Hours
Artist: Alan Nolan
This Cartoons Capers workshop consists of a short, hilariously funny talk by author Alan Nolan (who worked with Draíocht in 2016 on our Lucky Penny 2016 Project) and then the children join in as Alan gives a step-by-step drawing demonstration of one of the comical characters from his books. They then create their own mini-comic book using materials and help that Alan provides. Every pupil gets to bring home their own comic book.
Drama In Your Classroom
Age Range: Adaptable To All Age Ranges
Duration: Junior/Senior Inf: 4 Class Group Workshops of 45mins
2nd Class Upwards: 2 Class Group Workshops of 1.5hr Workshops
Artist: Eimear Morrissey
Using some of our favourite fairytales as a starting point, facilitator Eimear introduces pupils to the wonderful world of theatre through imaginative storytelling and fun collective group games. The workshop will explore different ways of engaging the imagination, of thinking creatively, seeing, listening, new ways of communicating and expression, as well as building confidence. Pupils will work together towards a common goal of creating a short improvised performance piece, giving pupils the opportunity to experience the creation of something from nothing!
Workshop Notes & Bookings:
Workshops can take place from April-June 2017 on a date of your choosing.
Closing date for Bookings is Friday 28 April 2017 through Draíocht’s Box Office tel: 01-8852622.
The programme is offered on a first come first serve basis and is restricted to schools within the Dublin 15 area. Cost per day €150. All materials are provided. Schools are welcome to make multiple bookings, subject to artist availability, but due to budgetary constraints the above subsidised workshop rate is limited to two days per school. For further details please contact Sarah on 01-809 8029 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
D15 Youth Theatre Summer 2017
April - July 2017
Throughout the Spring & Summer terms, D15 Youth Theatre members are working on improvisation and scene creation with a focus on writing their own scripts for performance, to bring you their second self-scripted theatre piece. The piece will be co-directed by Eimear Morrissey and Mark Rogers and will run during July 2017.
Further performance details and ticket prices coming soon.
Youth Theatre gives young people aged between 14-18 years a space to create, express themselves and explore ideas.
A History of Play - Eamon O’Kane
Artist Eamon O’Kane will transform the Ground Floor Gallery space into an interactive playful installation inspired by the educational play objects devised by educator and inventor of Kindergarten, Friedrich Fröbel. The installation comprises a number of elements including drawings, paintings and educational play materials known as Fröbel Gifts – colourful spheres, cylinders and tubes. These ‘gifts’ are used for unlocking creativity at an early age by teaching children about three-dimensional shapes and colours and their relationship to the environment and nature. The installation continues in the First Floor Gallery with projected animations and a response/play area.
Eamon O’Kane has exhibited widely and is the recipient of many awards and scholarships including the Taylor Art Award, The Tony O’Malley Award and a Fullbright Award. He has had over forty solo exhibitions including shows in Berlin, Frankfurt, Dublin, Zurich, New York and London and is Professor of Visual Art at Bergen Academy of Art & Design, Norway.
A History of Play is on loan from The Model, home of The Niland Collection, Sligo.
'A History of Play' is open Monday to Saturday 11am-5pm. Admission is Free.
LAUNCH EVENT: FRI 07 APR 7PM
FAMILY DAY: SAT 08 APR 12-3PM
ARTIST IN THE GALLERY: 18-21 APR
THE TODDLER TAKEOVER: 11 MAY
MORE ... Interview with Eamon O'Kane on Dublin Creative Review