CATKIDS - Cheesman Amateur Theatre for Kids at Thame


CATKIDS’ - Cheesman Amateur Theatre for Kids in Thame holds classes every Saturday morning during the school term. This small, family run, independent group has years of professional experience and a winning formula. We have been established since 2013 and put on many successful productions – Pantomime’s and Summer Musicals. The children have weekly acting lessons, participating in games and script work, learn basic dance routines and songs and everyone is involved in the productions. These are specially written for the cast by Mike Hurst, a well-known script writer for ‘Hurst Children’s Theatre Group’. This gives the children the opportunity to perform their productions in a local Theatre and through these and their weekly classes, gain confidence, have fun and make new friends.  For children aged from Reception age to 16 years.

It is a great experience for children in a fun, informal and unpressurised environment.

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Most Saturday mornings, around the school calendar. Classes on a Saturday morning at the Youth Hall, Lord Williams Lower School in Thame. Times of classes vary according to the age of your child. Fun Drama games, singing, and dance routines, including Tap - all taught in a fun and friendly atmosphere.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Mrs Alexis Cheesman
01491 612176 or 07764 889 335 01491 612176 or 07764 889 335
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Where to go

Lord Williams Lower School
Young People's Centre
Towersey Road
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Age Ranges
4 - 16 years

Additional Information

Providing services to
4 - 11 years (primary school age)
11 - 16 years (secondary school age)


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