{Media Invite} The Little Arts Academy

Our Parenting World is pleased to partner with  The Little Arts Academy (LAA)  to announce that LAA is celebrating its 4th anniversary this month in November.
 
About The Little Arts Academy,  it is managed by The Old Parliament House, offers arts training for children and youths aged 6 to 19. It provides training in music (keyboard/guitar), dance (new style/ballet), visual arts and theatre.
 
The Little Arts Academy is unique because it offers a multidisciplinary arts curriculum for children and the opportunity to showcase and perform. It is also a charity with majority of their children being beneficiaries of The Business Times Budding Artists Fund (BT BAF). This is a fund that provides fully-sponsored arts training for young people from financially-disadvantaged background. 
The Little Arts Academy is celebrating its 4th anniversary this month. As part of the celebrations, it is holding an Open House and staging a production titled – Maxine and The Wild Rumpus.
 
The Little Arts Academy would like to invite parents to bring their children for free trial classes at LAA and to attend their production. 
 
A wide variety of trial classes are available from Dance, Theatre, Art, Music, Singing and so on. The classes are all taught by highly qualified instructors. 
 
Hurry and sign up for the free trial classes! Please click the above link for more details and contact number.
 
In addition, The Little Arts Academy (LAA) will be presenting a special anniversary production titled: Maxine and The Wild Rumpus, at The Arts House on 23 November. This production will showcase LAA’s young budding artists as they present a total theatre performance which includes music, dance, theatre and visual treats!
 
Tickets are priced at $10 each and all proceeds will go to The Business Times Budding Artists Fund (BT BAF). 
 

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