Spring Term 2018
We are now taking bookings for our Spring Term which starts on Saturday 12th January 2019
Stagetime will be holding Performing Arts classes for children aged 5-16 at:
Village Hotel Club Ashton Moss
Age 5-7 - Saturdays 11:45am
Age 8-10 - Saturdays 1:00pm
Age 11+ - TBC - contact us for more information
All classes are 1 hour long
Fees for this 12 week term are £90.00, payable in advance
Monthly direct debit payment is available, please contact us for details
£5.00 for bookings paid by Friday 4th January
£5.00 for customers of Swimtime at The Village Hotel Club Ashton Moss
Sibling discounts are also available - contact us for more details
**Some classes may be combined or wait-listed until a minimum number of students have registered in that age range. Stagetime will constantly review the need to split these classes into smaller age ranges as the student base grows. Please don't hesitate to Contact Us if you have any queries.
Tutor - Ashton
Samm Hewitt is an outgoing confident Performer, Singer/Songwriter and Teacher who loves everything to do with the performing arts.
From a young age Samm has been performing in school plays to choir performances to singing to audiences of up to 10,000 people. He has been featured in music videos for Manchester based bands, sang at the Oldham Christmas lights switch on and most recently took part in the BBC1 talent show ‘Let It Shine’.
Samm has recently studied and graduated his Bachelors Degree in Performance validated through Teesside University. During his studies in university Samm was selected to take part in a youth training course in Serbia in relation to youth work and applied theatre, where he received his Youth Pass.
After many years of performing and running workshops with young people and adults Samm is currently studying for his PGCE in Performing Arts. Samms aspiration and long term goal is to open his own school of Performing Arts.
Samms speciality is singing, acting and physical theatre/contempary dance. He recently devised and produced a one man show called 'The Unfortunate Ones', which told the story of 4 characters suffering with a mental illness. The show consisted of shadow work and physical theatre whilst incorporating singing and acting throughout. It was a massive hit and Samm plans to develop this in to something bigger and better in the future!
At present Samm is teaching a range of performers from 1st & 2nd year BA students to aspiring singers.
Samm is extremely excited to have the opportunity to mentor, share his skills and his experiences with young children which will provide them with a platform to express who they are and to build up their confidence/social skills.