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Bualadh Bos 2017 Summer Camps return this July!

Bualadh Bos 2017 Summer Camps return this July!

Following on from the success of last year’s Bualadh Bos Summer Camps, the Lime Tree Theatre is delighted to announce two more exciting weeks of fun this coming July.  Again they continue to target primary level students (first to sixth class) in exposing young curious minds to the performing and visual arts. Their team of experienced facilitators will focus on developing confidence, creativity and teamwork.

Bualadh Bos 2017 will focus on Space and Magic. Children will engage through drama, singing, dance and puppet-making, arts and crafts and a whole lot more. An exhibition of the children’s work will be presented to families and friends on the last afternoon.

Bualadh Bos 2017

List of Bualadh Bos 2017 camp leaders

The Bualadh Bos Summer Camps have a fantastic team in place, they will work with the children through performing and visual arts to develop confidence, self-expression, creativity and teamwork.

If you have a child who loves to explore, is full of curiosity and wonder, Bualadh Bos 2017 promises to be a week-long adventure and is guaranteed fun.

Bualadh Bos 2017 Camp Dates:
Week 1: 3rd -7th July
Week 2 – 10th – 14th July

Camp Times:
Monday to Thursday 9.30am – 3.30pm
Friday 9.30am – 1 pm, followed by showcase of work from the week

Group 1: 1st & 2nd Class
Group 2: 3rd & 4th Class
Group 3: 5th & 6th Class

First Monday of camp from 9 am – 9.30am at the Lime Tree Theatre Box Office

€100 per child, €80 for 2nd & 3rd sibling
A non-refundable deposit of 50% required when booking. The balance of fee paid at registration.

Call Sharon at the Control Centre on
061 953400 ext 2.

For more information on Bualadh Bos 2017 click here

To read more about previous Bualadh Bos Summer Camps click here

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