Looking for the Best Summer Workshops for Kids in the Richmond Borough? Look no further- you have found them! Following on from our rip-roaring success last summer, Dramacube have pulled it out of the bag yet again to give you a mouth-watering banquet so delectable, you’ll drop your lolly!
So, let’s dig deep and find out the most interesting facts about the themes we have on offer:
Tangled: The staircase in her tower is adorned with symbols from other Disney movies, an apple from Snow White, a slipper from Cinderella, a rose from Beauty and a shell from The Little Mermaid. Another amazing fact is that Rapunzel and Eugene both appear in Frozen when Arendelle’s gates re-open for Elsa’s coronation day! How cute is that?!
Aladdin: If you think Aladdin looks familiar, you’re right! Originally Michael J Fox was chosen to inspire drawings of the main character. However, they quickly decided that they needed a slightly harder-looking muse, so Tom Cruise was chosen. No wonder Aladdin could perform his own stunts!
Sing 2: The masks that Big Daddy (Peter Serafinowicz) and his gang use to hide their identity are of Snowball from The Secret Life of Pets (2016).
Matilda: Emma Thompson had to learn the art of hammer-throwing for her role as Miss Trunchball. She also wore boots which were styled on those worn by bridge-builders who had to wear heavy boots in order to hold them underwater!
The Little Mermaid: Before Jonah Hauer-King was cast as our live–action Prince Eric, the role was offered to the chart-topping singer, Harry Styles but unfortunately Styles had his eye on a film with a darker theme.
Peter Pan & Wendy: Noah Matthews Matofsky is the first actor with Down Syndrome to have a starring role in a Disney film. He plays Slightly, one of the Lost boys.
Six: It has an empowering message about the wives of Henry VIII, and it gives voice to their lives and stories which have previously been defined by their relationship with Henry.
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Sarah Watson- Dramacube