As the Spring Term comes to an end, what’s on the horizon for Jigsaw Arts?
- Published Date: March 22, 2018
With all the snow we’ve battled through this term, it seems crazy to think we are coming to the end of the Spring Term here at Jigsaw Arts! It’s been another fantastic 11 weeks of drama, dance and singing classes, and with the Summer Term on the horizon we look forward to even more.
A splendid Spring Term
Despite the awful weather, it was yet another busy season for Jigsaw. We were delighted to establish our latest Jigsaw school in Chelmsford, which will be open for classes from the 28th April. We had a chat with Abbie Nicholls, Manager of the new school, on why she chose to partner her performing arts school with Jigsaw.
Two Jigsaw students enjoyed success on the national stage, with Theo (Harrow) continuing his role as Simba in the Lion King on the West End, and Lily-Mae (Stevenage) starting as Eponine in Les Miserables at the Queen’s Theatre. We can’t wait to see how they get on.
Jigsaw were also nominated for the National mumandworking 2018 awards in February and were lucky enough to come away as a winner! Read more in our full blog here.
Summer on the way!
Our first week back to kick off the Summer Term will be 28th April, and we already can’t wait to see you all again. If you haven’t yet booked for the upcoming term, make sure to visit https://www.jigsaw-arts.co.uk/book.
Looking for ways to fill the long summer days? The Jigsaw holiday schools are returning for another summer. Whether you’re already part of the Jigsaw family or not, we’d love to see you for a week of singing, dancing and performing classes. Keep an eye out for dates at your local Jigsaw Arts school and find more information here.
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