Friday, 3 August 2012

Show Station

I mentioned before that I took Una to a music class run by my friend Ema, we went back again this week as I felt Una really enjoyed herself last week. Ema has a background in musical theatre as well as childcare and has combined her talents to create Show Station, a performing arts school for kids aged 0-12 years. She only started this venture in February but has already got a following among North London yummy mummies and hipster parents, all raving about her amazing voice and well thought out classes.


The classes are divided in to age groups, we attended Baby Bureau, a sensory music and movement class for babies and toddlers 0-2 years. Every element of the class has a thought behind it, aimed at encouraging babies development. Ema is probably the most animated person I know, which means the kids all gaze at her with adoring faces as she takes them through well known nursery rhymes, complete with fun actions for mums/dads and babies to perform. But the best thing about the whole thing is Ema's relaxed attitude and personal touch, making the class stand out from the likes of Gymboree and Monkey Music, the child entertainment Goliaths to her David. This business is her baby and she is passionately and enthusiastically ensuring each and every child gets plenty of attention and gains the most out of the 45 minute class.

Show Station offers a range of activities to suit all age groups, including Modern Music and Ballet Basics for older kids of 5 and up and Rookie Rockers, a Sensory Music class for little ones aged 2-4. Classes are a bargain at £7 for drop ins, or £5 each when you buy a course of 6. At that price, anyone in the area should check it out!

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