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Speak Up Studio is having an Open Day!

Speak Up Studio is throwing open its doors and holding a Dr Seuss Open Day. All are welcome to attend this fun and fabulous afternoon for kids and their parents! Speak Up loves to celebrate literature, and on Sunday 28th of January at 2pm, the drama studio will be transformed into a wild and wacky world of wonder! Come along to: 🌴 try a

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WIN a Gorman Raincoat!

Speak Up Raincoat Competition WIN this super cool Gorman Raincoat valued at $59! To enter, simply book into one of our January Workshops and email us at info@speakupstudio.com.au answering one question. “Why are you excited to come to a Speak Up Workshop?” This limited edition Gorman kids spray jacket is water resistant with elasticised toggles on the hood and hem. It has side pockets,

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Reindeer Antlers Craft Activity

Last week at Speak Up Studio, in our amazing Rudolph Craft Workshop, students created an adorable reindeer antler headband made with pipe cleaners. Everyone was so pleased with their creations and looking forward to wearing them on Christmas Day! We didn’t want to see the rest of the Speak Up community miss out on having their very own Christmas headband so we decided to

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Term 4 Wrap Up 2017!

Speech and Drama classes have now finished for 2017!  What a fantastic year it was for Speak Up Studio! Our students have performed at multiple assemblies and parent watching week, and on the 2nd December we performed in our magical end of year concert, “Journey through the Hundred Acre Wood”!  Our studio has expanded even more and partners with many new schools including Queen

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Sparkly New Speak Up Studio in 2018!

Speak Up Studio is excited to share with you our sparkly new studio, programs, and parent portal for 2018! New Studio  We are moving! That’s right! A bigger better studio for 2018. We’re not going far — just 500m down the road to 110 Windsor Rd, Red Hill. Our new space will have:  two large group teaching studios  two private teaching studios  a library

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Musical Production: Seussical the Musical!

In the second week of the January holiday workshops of 2018, Speak Up Studio will be hosting a musical production of “Seussical the Musical”! Seussical is part of our Born to Perform holiday program. It’s a week-long workshop, with rehearsals held each day for an entire week. We will be holding a group audition for parts on Thursday 7th December from 4.00pm – 6.00pm at the Red Hill Studio. This is

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5 Tips for Creating Amazing Halloween Costumes

We love creating costumes for our students, so as we head towards Halloween we thought we would share our expert costume making tips with you! It’s easy to create simple, effective and inexpensive costumes with a little know-how. 1. Keep it simple The simplest ideas are usually the best! A white shirt, a black tie and a Kmart cape were all we needed to

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September Workshop Wrap Up 2017

Our September Holiday Workshops were a blast! From dance and drama to science and craft, there was something for everyone. Thank you to all the creative kids who came along. We hope they all enjoyed the fun! Here’s a snapshot of what we got up to. Week One – Red Hill Week one was held at the Red Hill Studio. The week started with a

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A prose excerpt from “Winnie the Pooh” by A.A. Milne

This week we would like to share with one of our favourite sections of prose form A.A.Milne. In our concert this year our private students will be developing the prose from Milne’s books as the storytelling element of the show! from the chapter “In Which Piglet Meets A Heffalump” Some hours later, just as the night was beginning to steal away, Pooh woke up

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A few of our Favourite Poems from A.A. Milne…

from “The Four Friends” Ernest was an elephant, a great big fellow, Leonard was a lion with a six foot tail, George was a goat, and his beard was yellow, And James was a very small snail… from “Buckingham Palace” They’re changing guard at Buckingham Palace – Christopher Robin went down with Alice. “Do you think the King knows all about me?” “Sure to,

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