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“I think it is really fun and never boring and nobody is left out. At the beginning of term, we play games which are brilliant.”

Arthur aged 8


“Arwen makes drama fun by doing loads of fun games to start with, then letting us choose our characters.”

Rufus Stout Yr 3

“I love DramticDreams because it's really fun and entertaining. We learn to have courage and imagination to perform a play in front of people. After the performance I feel very happy to have done it and it feels like such a big success. I like to attend the workshop because you practice saying your lines with emotion. When you feel this emotion in you, it gives more courage. Arwen gives us tips to make our acting better or funnier. She's so fun.”

Audrey C Jackson, Aged 8

“I love Dramatic Dreams because we are able to be ourselves, and I embrace that - especially the excitement of finding out which plays we'll be doing and our parts!”

Lucy, Year 6

“I absolutely love Drama because Arwen makes it fun, dramatic and AMAZING!”

Tom, Year 3

“At the beginning, I didn’t want to go because I was scared but it is so much fun! We play games and make plays at the end of term.”

Lolly aged 5


“Dramatic Dreams provides children with an experience that is not only fun and fabulous but provides them with skills that they will take through school and beyond. Children develop confidence, a sense of self-belief and a responsibility to others whilst immersing themselves in a range of well known and loved characters. The children who participate clearly love the experience and this enthusiasm will often bound into the classroom.”

Jessica Mair, Headteacher, John Betts Primary School

“My class thoroughly enjoyed acting and exploring Greek myths!  They look forward to Drama with Arwen and come back from their lessons bubbly and full of confidence.  Exploring Greek myths was very beneficial as it helped children's understanding of the text structure in their English writing.  ”

Emily, Year 3 Teacher, St Mary’s Primary School

“We use Dramatic Dreams in our school, not only for Christmas and Summer Term performances but also for weekly drama sessions.
Their lessons are engaging for the children and develop not only their skills in drama and performance but also their all-around confidence.
Our children thoroughly enjoy these lessons!”

Robina Maher, Headteacher, St Mary's Catholic Primary School 

“Dramatic Dreams is very highly regarded at St Augustine's! The curriculum classes and after-school clubs add so much enrichment to our school's provision. Our children love Drama and gain so much confidence and enjoyment from it”

Mary Kelliher, Headteacher, St Augustine's RC Primary School

“Dramatic Dreams offers children the opportunity to explore and learn through creativity. Within their workshops children flourish and their confidence soars!”

Michael Schumm, Headteacher, St. Stephen's CE Primary School


“In Dramatic Dreams drama club, our children have learnt a lot about listening to others, trying out new challenges, being aware of language and tone, and taking pride in being themselves. The productions are the result of many weeks of hard work and preparation, but the children are not under any stress before the performances - rehearsals are always conducted in a fun and positive spirit. Children who have been in the Dramatic Dreams club gain the confidence to express themselves and try out new experiences.  Arwen is an inspirational person in the way she always puts the children first. We are extremely grateful for Arwen's encouragement, humour and kindness.”

John, father of Lucy and Tom. 

“Arwen gets to know each child as an individual, encouraging them to explore their roles in a way which brings the very best out of them.”

Sophie Stout mum to Rufus 8 years and Bruno 12 years

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