Kid’s Virtual Drama Club with Claudio Carta
A new virtual drama club for ages 6-10 with International actor and director, Claudio Carta, all about creativity, individuality and empowerment through fun and play.
What to expect
In this class you can expect to have lots of fun, gain confidence, learn all about theatre, film and make very good friends. Claudio’s themed classes are about discovering your own individuality through positivity, playfulness and finding the pleasure of performing!
Claudio graduated from East 15 Acting School in 2016 and has specialised in film, puppetry, movement, clowning and sensory shows for children.
Please make sure there is enough space for your mini actor to move around in during the session!
This weekly class will be taking place online via Zoom. Once you book your child’s place, you will receive a confirmation email. You will then receive the Zoom log in details and any other information you’ll need on the day of the class.
Claudio will be facilitating each week (who is fully DBS checked) and an adult volunteer will be present in-line with our digital safeguarding policy.
If you have any questions about how the sessions will run, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Claudio is an international actor, trained in Physical Theatre, Best Upcoming Actor at the Malta International Theatre Festival and Best Actor Nominee at Malta Television Awards.
He is a physical comedian and performer, focusing mainly on SEND children and Hospital Clowning. He directed Xillallu; a series of pop up circus sketches, movement directed Studio 18’s ‘Inez Kienet Perf’ and has acted in ‘Augustus and his Smile’, ‘Rhinoceros’, ‘Taming of The Shrew’, ‘Don Juan’ and many other credits all over Europe. Claudio has been teaching various drama skills to people of all abilities for the last 5 years, ranging from children to retired people, performers to children with PMLD. He has a vast amount of experience teaching and directing young people of all ages and abilities.
This event is supported by East End Community Foundation.