Cast! Frozen

Cast! returns Saturday September at 10:00am and will be working this term on their own version of Frozen.

Students will get the opportunity to write their own scripts and songs based on this hugely popular movie, as well as sing in groups and solos with microphone technique.

Dance movement and drama will also be key to each week’s progress ahead of an end-of-term production which will take place on Saturday December 13th.

During the first session Cast! teachers will be showcasing some of Frozen’s most well-known songs and script including:

Let it go

Do you want to build a snowman?
We’re looking forward to welcoming back Cast! members and welcoming those who are interested in joining us.

First timers can come on a “pay if you stay” where there is no charge if you decide not to continue after the first week.


Further information  please email or call on 01344 627300.

Our website provides more information on the wide range of musical instruments that we teach and our events.

About Instrumentally

Instrumentally provide inspirational music teaching of a wide range of musical instruments.

Its purpose built Ascot Studio opened in June 2011 and contains five air-conditioned music rooms each with high end digital pianos, electronic drums and a Sonos wireless music system.

Cast!, its musical theatre group, Jammin’, Preview and Intros, which offers pre-school children an introduction to music, also take place at the Studio.

A range of Starbucks coffee and tea is served to those waiting in our spacious reception area and provide free Wi-Fi and space to catch up on work or homework.


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