Drama Camp is different to many of the other holidays run by SU Scotland. Alongside other activities, we work together to produce a show to perform to friends and family. It’s hard work learning lines, developing characters and trying not to fall over on stage, but the sense of achievement we all have at the end of the week is amazing!
For our tenth year of Drama Camp, we are planning a spectacular event, with script work, improvisation and a show for family and friends in Strathaven Town Mill Theatre. More information on our 2019 production will be posted on the Foolproof Creative Arts website and Facebook page nearer the time.
Once again we’ll be based at Gowanbank House, a beautiful old house with extensive grounds and plenty of space for rehearsals, workshops and relaxing. Whether you decide to come on your own or with a group of friends you’ll soon feel as though you’ve known everyone at the event forever.
Drama Camp is led by Fiona Stewart, the Creative Director of Foolproof Creative Arts, and David Munn, a musician who works for The Big Noise project in Stirling. The team is made up of a mixture of students, ex-campers and other performers so there are plenty of people on hand to help you learn. All of the leaders at Drama Camp are Christians and enjoy using their gifts to tell people about God.
There will be workshops (previous workshops have included circus skills, comedy, accents, stage make-up, dance and music), a day trip, a talent show, amazing food, team games, a prayer space and brilliant banter. Our evening meetings are a time when everyone (old and young) can hear from God, worship Him and explore what the Bible teaches us about Jesus and ourselves.
We hope you are able to come to Drama Camp this year. As mentioned above, we’ll be posting some pre-event teaser information on the Foolproof Creative Arts Facebook page. To find out more, all you have to do is like us…
For more information about this holiday, please contact:
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call: 0141 352 7620
What can you do here?
- Hill Walking