The only organised holiday activity both my kids absolutely love to do (no complaints!). Viva Voice curate ...
My daughter loved doing the third day of drama last Friday. She was annoyed that she didn't do the full three days. We will definitely be considering doing 3 days next term.
The 3 day workshop was a first for my son, I wasn't too sure how he'd go as it was at a new place and no familiar faces around. But when I picked him up after the first day, he was all smiles and gave it a 60 out of 10 he loved it that much! Amy was brilliant, her kindness, skill and experience in working with children was obvious and my son quickly warmed to her. Days later my son is still reciting quotes from the performance and talking of his time spent with new friends he met there. I have no hesitation in recommending Viva Voice and am planning to register again for the next school holiday workshop.
I loved the Shakespeare workshop at Viva Voice. Kristen (our teacher) made the workshop fun and we got to play lots of really addictive group games. I also learned a lot of different words that Shakespeare used and interesting facts about Shakespeare plays. I will definitely be back for another workshop.
My daughters describe these workshops as awesome! Well organised and executed to entertain and challenge the kids. My usually very shy daughter fully participated in the end of workshop performance. Great work!
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