PACE has revealed a summer programme of unique and varied in-person creative performance experiences for ages 3-21, performing both indoors and out.
The programme is brimming with exciting performance courses; from classic to contemporary texts, devising, physical theatre, comedy and musicals. Make friends, take risks, learn new skills and make memories to last a lifetime.
Highlights include several site-specific outdoor productions including A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Into the Woods and The Secret Garden; a strand of youth-led productions inspired by the climate crisis; devised and physical theatre performances; comedy and improv events; film-making and writing workshops; as well as musical theatre shows including Bugsy Malone and 13.
PACE have been working hard to ensure young people can experience all of the social, educational and wellbeing benefits of our summer activities safely and in line with current covid guidance.
The charity has successfully re-introduced in person workshops for the Summer term, and has made a number of changes to capacities, introduced staggered start times, enhanced cleaning, ventilation and other procedures to minimise risk and all activities have been risk assessed in line with covid guidance for children’s activities, youth work and performance.
Jenni Mason, Artistic Director of PACE, told Renfrewshire News: “We can’t wait to have our building buzzing with energy and creativity again this summer. We’re incredibly proud of the way the team adapted last year to deliver an online programme, but we really missed being able to see everyone in person.
“During Fest! we see the young people who join us grow in confidence, as well as creating amazing performances, and this year more than ever it’s important that they have this opportunity to express themselves and to mix with their peers.”
The full programme can be viewed and booked online at .www.pacetheatre.com/fest. Details of Bursary and concessionary places are available on application.
Main image credit: PACE / photographs are from previous Fests prior to the introduction of COVID social distancing measures