Great Big Theatre Company

Brantford Location

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Record #: SIM4492 Last Full Update: 26 Feb 2014
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132 Grand St
Brantford, ON N3R 4B5
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Located In CommunityBrantford
Site LocationSt. James'-on-the-Hill Anglican Church
IntersectionGrand St and Dublin St
Office Phone905-628-9747
Toll Free Phone1-866-864-4282
Contact Information
Mailing Address4 Thistle Lane 
Dundas, ON L9H 6G1
Primary ContactCharles Small, Executive Director; Email:
Primary ExecutiveLily Small, Artistic Director; Email:
Description & Services
AccessibilityFully Accessible
DescriptionGBTC has offered theatre education programs for young people since 1994. The company offers day camp programs during summer and March break. The curriculum includes plays, songs & dances, theatre games, mimework, improvisations and more. We work with simple sets and costumes. Each week ends with a public performance. Also included are outdoor activities, games and sports. New camp content (plays, performances, musical numbers etc) is introduced each week. Campers may register for one up to eight fun-filled weeks.
HoursMon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm 
Dates2014 dates: Brantford: July 7-11 / July 28-August 1
Areas ServedBrant County ; Brantford
EligibilityAges: 6 year(s) - 14 year(s) 
GBTC welcomes volunteers to assist with camp activities. Must be 15 years with previous GBTC experience or otherwise minimum 16 years
Applicationonline registration
FeesProgram ; Program ; $245 wk;  
Early registration discounts: Registrations received by March 31, 2014: $ 215.00 wk  
Registrations received by May 15, 2014: $ 230.00 wk  
Extended hours are available on request, at an additional cost of $ 5.50 per hr / per camper / per day.  
Camp t-shirts are available at $ 12.50 each, in youth and adults sizes. A great way to remember great times at camp ! Different t-shirts every year !
SubjectsCamps ; Children ; Day camps ; Performing arts ; Recreation ; Theatre arts ; Youth