Here at the Mobile Music School, we pride ourselves on delivering high-quality TY workshops. As a result, our ‘Let’s Perform’ workshops prove to be of our most popular TY workshops every year. Each year, we travel nationwide with this series of workshops, delivering engaging and interactive content across all age groups. Whether a student wants to be the star of the show, or a member of the chorus, there is something in these workshops for everyone.


What is ‘Let’s Perform’?

Let’s Perform workshops are essentially musical theatre workshops. These workshops introduce students into the world of musical theatre, where they combine all elements of musical theatre. Further, these TY workshops combine singing, movement and drama, and culminate in a class act, where the class perform an excerpt from a well known musical. In these workshops, students learn about posture, breathing, vocal technique and projection. Students also learn how to express themselves through music and drama. Each child is encouraged to take part. Our workshops aim to boost students’ self-esteem and confidence in performing, while developing their creativity and showmanship in a relaxed, open environment.


What do our ‘Let’s Perform’ TY workshops involve?


Fun-based games and activities

Led by one of our highly skilled music tutors, these workshops commence with fun-filled ice breaker activities and warm-up. They also incorporate improvisation and drama activities. Students then move onto learning the ‘class act’.  Each child will be given a specific part and set of responsibilities to help recreate the musical piece. The children also experiment with musical theatre, and are encouraged to express their own ideas about how to put a new spin on their ‘class act’. Students also learn basic movement to go along with the music, and are encouraged to express themselves and make suggestions.



Throughout the music session, the group will learn all about presence on stage. They will also learn breathing and posture whilst singing, and voice projection. The workshop will finish up with an energetic end-of-session performance. The children will get to show off their new musical skills and perform their ‘class act’ with confidence. Working as a team, the students perform the song and movement actions. They will incorporate all the skills they learnt throughout the workshop.


More from the Mobile Music School

To find out more about our music workshops and programmes, please get in touch with us to discuss these options in further detail.