Clacton: Children get to take part in spooky Haloween activities at Princes Theatre

Some of the children enjoying taking part in the Clacton Princes Theatre's half-term haloween worksh

Some of the children enjoying taking part in the Clacton Princes Theatre's half-term haloween workshop - Credit: Archant

More than 20 children took advantage of a special half-term workshop to take part in some Halloween-themed fun.

The Princes Theatre in Clacton ran the event on Thursday which saw eight to 16 year-olds get involved with drama sessions, physical theatre, scary make-up, games and exercises.

Director Melissa Wenn, who runs the theatre’s youth company which hosted the event, said: “They had six hours of fun and excitement and got the chance to live the Halloween experience in a safe environment.

“The best bit for many of them was painting each other’s faces – and they made a really good job of it!”

Paul Honeywood, of Tendring District Council, also said the event was a great success.


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