Wednesday, 1st August 2012
With only a few weeks to go to the start of our new term Dungarvan Junior Musical Society Stage School will hold a registration day in St Josephs School Duingarvan on Saturday 18th August at 11-30am to 3-30pm for new students to sign up for our new term which will commence on Monday 27th August and run until January 2013. We have places available in all our age groups so now is your chance to secure your place in Dungarvan and West Waterfords premiers Stage School. We cater for students aged between 4 and 18, classes are broken down into different age groups i.e 4 to 6 year olds 3-30pm to 4-30pm Monday and Wednesday, 7 to 11 year olds 4-30pm to 5-30pm Monday and Wednesday and 12 to 18 year olds 6-30pm to 7-30pm Monday and Wednesday. If you love to sing, dance, act and perform live on stage or you just like to have fun and make new friends Dungarvan Junior Musical Society Stage School is the place for you. No experience is required to join the school as all levels of ability are catered for, we have a strong emphasis on confidence building, having fun while learning all the skills involved in the performing arts. All our students will perform live on stage in our end of term production which will take place in January 2013, our previous end of term productions include HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL, HAIRSPRAY, SEUSSICAL, GREASE, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST and more recently THE WIZARD OF OZ. So why not come along on Saturday 18th and see for yourself why so many happy students cant be wrong. If you cant make it to our registration day dont worry, you can secure your place today by calling or texting Brian or David on 087-2360330 and we can register you over the phone, we can also be contacted through our Facebook page @DUNGARVANJUNIORMUSICALSOCIETYSTAGESCHOOL. If you have any queries please dont hesitate to contact us and we will happily answer any questions you might have.
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