Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Summer School 2017

@ Dance City

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07 August 2017 - 14 August 2017



After the success of ‘Mary Poppins’ last year, we have decided to put on another full production of a West End Show. This year we will be performing Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!

The week will be full of dancing, singing, acting, costume design and prop making and will end with a performance for friends and family. The Summer School will start at 9.00am everyday and will run until 5.00pm.

The week will end with a performance at 3.00pm on the Friday afternoon. The building will be open from 8.30am until 5.30pm so there is the opportunity to drop your child off slightly earlier as they will be supervised at all times. The children will get a morning break, a lunchtime hour and a break in the afternoon. You can either provide your child with a packed lunch or you can book onto our lunchtime menu in DC Cafe which is just £18 for a hot lunch everyday for the entire week. This includes unlimited juice and a dessert.

Every child is allocated 2 complimentary tickets to the performance and additional tickets can be purchased for just £2.50. The children will be allowed to leave as soon as they are changed after the performance on Friday. Where possible please book the place under the child’s name and please provide two emergency contact numbers.

Sibling and Multi-Buy Discount We have a number of offers in place for siblings or if your child wants to attend more than one of our Summer Schools!

*Book onto both the Urban and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Summer School and receive a £25 discount!*
*Book two siblings onto one of the Summer Schools and receive a £25 discount!*

Please note: this is only available by contacting the ticket office directly on 0191 261 0505. If there are more than two siblings then we can amend the price to £70 per child.

Dance City
Temple Street
Newcastle upon Tyne

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