Free set design workshop for kids

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IN a move sure to set designers up for shows from the next generation, Belconnen Community Service and Ickle Pickle Productions are offering an opportunity for young people aged 12-16 to explore the world of stage set design.

 

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Working with theatre professional, Susanne Ilschner, participants will experience set design from concept to construction. It’s a chance to sneak a peek behind the curtains, and is an opportunity for young people who are interested in the backstage of theatre production and performance.

Art Room One, Belconnen Community Centre, Swanson Court, Belconnen, 10am to 12.30pm TuesdaySeptember 29 to Friday, October 2. Free, but registrations essential to bcc@bcsact.com.au or 6264 0200.

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