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Through The Wardrobe - TTW

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About Through The Wardrobe - TTW

South Buckinghamshire based Drama Company for Children and Young People aged 6-16. Quality Training with Experienced Professionals.

Our classes focus on teamwork and positive reinforcement. No child is made to feel uncomfortable or unimportant. every child gets a chance to feel like a star.

We build imagination, improvisation, drama, musical theatre, social and teamwork skills in a positive environment. Each term is based around a theme and at least every twelve months the classes work towards a performance, either in an informal setting or perhaps in a West End Theatre!

By ensuring that every child is challenged we make sure that we always get the absolute best out of every child.

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