A Mind Apart Theatre Company Ltd

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A Mind Apart Theatre Company Ltd
57 Burton Street, Hillsborough
Sheffield
S6 2HH

Mon - Fri: 09:00-17:00   Sat / Sun: 10:00-15:00   

www.a-mind-apart.org.uk
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A Mind Apart Theatre Company Ltd is a Sheffield based social enterprise offering drama classes and workshops to children, young people and adults within schools, colleges, other voluntary organisations and private classes. The company, which is located in South Yorkshire, was set up in 2008 and has many years' experience in the performing arts sector.
The company works closely with clients to develop projects that are tailor made and fit the requirements of the participants, aiming to make the performing arts accessible to everyone.

Using community spaces and fully qualified staff, the company provides professional performing arts classes and workshops to schools, colleges youth services, other voluntary organisations and local young people. The classes are designed to be rewarding and fun, helping participants to develop confidence and life skills.

A Mind Apart Theatre Company Ltd has an expanding customer base, located regionally and nationally, including The Sheffield Colleges, youth services, local authorities and many schools throughout South Yorkshire.

All staff members are fully qualified in their subject area and CRB checked. All are experienced with working with children and young people and core staff are all teacher trained.

A Mind Apart was founded in Sheffield in 2008 by Jodie Marshall and as a social enterprise has a voluntary boar of directors, who make sure accountability is maintained in the running of the company.

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Sheffield
27 Mar 2013
My daughter has been attended A Mind Apart's drama classes since September 2013 and it is absolutely her favourite activity of the week. She can be quiet and a bit overwhelmed by larger personalities at school, but from the first week at drama she felt comfortable and says she's made lots of friends. She loves all the activities they do and is motivated to go every week, and it has really helped with her confidence. Read More
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Sheffield
21 Mar 2013
My daughter has really enjoyed the drama classes and talks about what they have done at each session. Staff are friendly and helpful. We all enjoyed the group performance and my daughter loved the chance to get up on stage.
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Sheffield
16 Mar 2013
Thoroughly professional staff. The drama classes provide artistic outlet for my child. He always comes home enthusiastic about the class and activities. Along with fun and games there is the opportunity to take part in productions and performances through the year. Great value for money too.
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Sheffield
23 Mar 2009
My 6 year old has been going to the evening drama class for a few months now and she loves it. She has grown in confidence as the weeks have gone by and she is learning lots of new theatre and drama skills.

As others have said, the class is quite late for a school night though, not finishing until 7:30pm. I would love for it to finish just 30 mons earlier. But at the moment the benefits of my daughter attending do outweigh the late night each week Read More
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Alfreton
27 Feb 2009
My eight year old daughter attended the drama sessions for youngsters in the school holidays and really loved it. The only small negative is that the sessions do not start early enough and finish late enough to cover a full morning/afternoon for working parents. This would be a very good value holiday club.
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24 Sep 2008
My 7 year old son went to a week long workshop and loved every minute! My only complaint is that the regular evening session is run a little too late for him to attend (although the age range is quite broad so is suitable for older ages). I'd recommend it and am looking forward to the next holiday workshop.
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Last Updated : 30 Oct 2013