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New drama group for young people is starting in Norwich

PUBLISHED: 18:33 19 January 2017 | UPDATED: 18:33 19 January 2017

Moss Banks Productions is setting up a drama group for young people aged eight to 20 which will meet every Thursday at Rosebery Road Methodist Church. Photo: Pepper Thornton.

Moss Banks Productions is setting up a drama group for young people aged eight to 20 which will meet every Thursday at Rosebery Road Methodist Church. Photo: Pepper Thornton.

Pepper Thornton

A new drama group for young people is starting in Norwich.

Moss Banks Productions is presenting a stage adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at St John Maddermarket Church, in Norwich. Photo: Pepper Thornton.Moss Banks Productions is presenting a stage adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at St John Maddermarket Church, in Norwich. Photo: Pepper Thornton.

Moss Banks Productions, which in December presented a production of A Christmas Carol at St John Maddermarket, is now setting up a drama group for young people aged eight to 20 which will meet every Thursday at Rosebery Road Methodist Church.

Alexander Banks, from Moss Banks Productions, said: “It is going to be amazing fun and is for any young person who has an interest in drama.”

He said the group would have an annual production and that the group’s members would also be considered for roles in other shows by Moss Banks Productions.

The first meeting of the new drama group will be next Thursday, January 26 from 6pm until 8pm at Rosebery Road Methodist Church.

It is free for young people to attend their first session and after that it will cost £4 per session. For more information, visit www.mossbanks.co.uk

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