A range of creative workshops are about to launch at the new Roxy Centre in Everard Park and everyone can get on stage!

shutterstock_432363997Expressions Adelaide is offering drama classes from toddlers to teens run by qualified, registered drama teacher and arts journalist, Libby Parker.

With a theme a week, young potential performers and aspiring artistes can develop their confidence, language and motor skills, and creative expression through dramatic arts.

And the best bit is, parents can join in the fun in the junior classes! Expressions Adelaide encourages the participation of drama mamas, flamboyant fathers and creative caregivers!

Among the classes on offer, Toddler Theatre allows little ones to discover drama through costumes, props, music and storytelling.

shutterstock_187868204-2First Stage teaches basic stage skills through improvisation, storytelling, costumes and movement.

Acting Out and Make a Scene! will see youngsters build on existing skills and develop further confidence, language and public speaking, storytelling, teamwork and stagecraft.

Push Play is a crash course for young teens in putting on a production – it’s a group-devised and produced play in a term.

IMG_0531Expressions Adelaide is an inclusive environment and caters for all skill levels and abilities.

Check out the workshops and book for term 3 at or contact Libby Parker via email:

 Update: classes for term 3 cancelled

Expressions Adelaide are dedicated to fostering and maintaining creative expression for ages 1-101.