Drama Society opens doors for new members

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Moyraverty Arts and Drama Society has recently added to its list of leaders after senior members completed a four week child protection course just in time as the drama society has opened its doors for new members.

Niall Devlin secretary for the society said, “We at MADS! take child protection very seriously and it’s terrific that we have got so many leaders now qualified to look after our members. The safety of our members is testimony to the success of the drama group all our leaders share this responsibility for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children irrespective of individual roles.

“We at MADS strive to ensure that all children have the opportunity to enjoy our activities safely regardless of their gender, ability, race, ethnicity, circumstances or age. I would like to thank Laura Corr one of our child protection officers for organizing the course with the Banbridge and Craigavon Volunteer Bureau and well done to all our senior members who completed it.”

The society has now opened its doors for new members to come along and join the drama society. MADS! Kids for children in primary 1 to primary 5 meet up every Saturday at the Moyraverty Centre, running from 9.15am to 11.15am.

The junior section of the drama group meet every Saturday also from 11.15am to 1.15pm.

The junior members have linked up with Craigavon Borough Council and will be performing at a social networking awareness event at the Civic Centre on Wednesday, September 3. They have got big plans to perform another show with our kids before Christmas and two more productions with our junior section.

Before that though 60 members of the two week Summer scheme will be performing this Sunday at Lurgan Town Hall at 7.30pm with and end of summer scheme showcase production. This will include songs and dances from shows such as ‘Calamity Jane’, ‘West Side Story’, ‘Grease’. ‘Blood Brothers’, ‘The Little Mermaid’ and ‘Legally Blonde’.

Doors open at 7pm and admission is £3.