Gypsy Booth School of Theatre Arts

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A Frozen Tale

This years drama show is on 22nd and 23rd October at 7pm.

Box Office Opening Hours:

St Lukes – Every Saturday from 10 until 11:30

Oxhey – Every Thursday from 4:30 until 6

Tickets will also be available on all big rehearsals that include the whole cast

 

THE BIG SEW – 24th September

All parents who would like to help on this day, please turn up at 2:15. It doesn’t matter if you can’t sew – all are welcome!

 

Rehearsals

24th September

2:15 – 5 – Both Acts – All Musical Theatre and Drama classes – This is a dress rehearsal, so please bring all costumes

1st  October

2:15 – 5 – All Musical Theatre and Drama Classes

8th October

2:15 – 5 – Both Acts – All Musical Theatre and Drama classes as well as all dancers in the show – This is a dress rehearsal, so please bring all costumes

15th October

2:15 – 5 – Both Acts – All Musical Theatre and Drama classes as well as all dancers – This is a dress rehearsal, so please bring all costumes

 

22nd  October –

12 – At The James Theatre – All singers, dancers and actors in the show – Full Tech and dress rehearsal

7pm – Performance

23rd  October

2pm – Performance

 

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Saturday 3rd October we celebrated the 50th Anniversary of The Gypsy Booth School. With Gypsy having no idea her daughter Tamara Vile along with parents from the school organised a truly amazing dinner dance. A night I’m sure old and new pupils will not forget. Guests were treated to a spectacular 1st time performance from the GBC group. We would like to say a massive thank you to all the girls who performed for their hard work.

 Gypsy Booth school opened it’s doors in September 1965 at The Centre. 50 years and still going strong!

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During its 49  years of providing professional dance and theatre training in Watford, Gypsy Booth School of Theatre Arts has mastered the art of transforming young, enthusiastic dancers and actors of all abilities, into finely-tuned professionals equipped with the versatility to meet the demands of an ever-changing industry.

From jazz to drama, contemporary to tap, and ballet to singing, the school’s fresh and modern approach of teaching varied genres of theatrical training certainly ticks the health and wellbeing box. Couple this with its professional, caring and family-like approach to treating children and young adults as complete individuals. It’s clear to see how the school has achieved such high levels of success.

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