Our final term of this year is underway! 7th June – 23rd July
As we are still in the midst of the pandemic (there is a light at the end of the tunnel) we kindly ask that you follow the rules and regulations of each of our venues.
Mary’s Neighbourhood Centre – All adults MUST wear a mask at ALL times (including during the session) and there is limited space for buggys so if you do bring a buggy it MUST be folded/collapsed and put in the designated area in the corridor.
St Stephens’s – Adults must wear masks on entry and exit but once in the session space, you may remove the mask if you wish.
You can book sessions now by clicking HERE and selecting you preferred venue.
If you would like to join our mailing list to be kept up to date, or if you have any questions, please email Liz on firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can still see our previous online sessions on YouTube by clicking HERE! If you enjoyed these online sessions and would like to make a donation, then please email email@example.com.
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|Monday||9:45, 10:45, 13:30||St Stephens, Canonbury Road N1 2DF|
|Tuesday||9.45 & 10:45||St Stephens, Canonbury Road N1 2DF|
|Friday||9:45 & 10:45||Mary’s Neighbourhood Centre, Upper Street, N1 2TU|
Fees and Information
Our membership fees will be paused during Covid. Our current drop in session fees are as follows:
One Child – £10 per session
Sibling – £7 per session (please email Liz to book in with this discount)
Sibling aged under 6 months – Free
Who we are
Group Leader for Islington
Liz trained in Musical Theatre & Drama at Cumbria Institute of the Arts. She has worked as a performer both in the UK and abroad. She is one third of the wartime trio, The Victory Sisters (along with Tick Tock Crouch End leader, Karen) and they have performed all over the UK and at many prestigious venues such as HMS Belfast, Wiltons Music Hall and The Ivy Club. Liz has worked with children for years in workshops and theatre shows. Liz was recently in a tour of the popular children’s story, The Three Billy Goats Gruff as Big Billy Goat with Lost The Plot Theatrical!
Liz has worked with Karen at Crouch End Tick Tock as assistant since 2017 and is thrilled to be session leader at Islington.
Tel: 07950 796 710
Assistant for Islington
Marc trained in Musical Theatre and Drama with Liz at Cumbria Institute of the Arts and then went on to study his MA at Guildford School of Acting. Marc has worked as a performer all over the UK, abroad and on many cruise lines. He has worked with children for the last 6 years and is also the resident Dame in Upstage Productions Pantomimes every year in Radlett. Marc also occasionally joins Liz and Crouch End leader, Karen, as a guest singer with their trio, The Victory Sisters. He is thrilled to join the Tick Tock family and looks forward to meeting you all!..
Assistant for Islington
Lottie has been teaching performing arts to early stages for 12 years now and loves every minute! As a performer herself she has toured with Moon on a Stick in Little Red Riding Hood and The Land of Nod, played Jill in Jack and the Beanstalk in Little Wolf’s 2019 Pantomime and as Mary Lennox in Swanage Rep’s production of The Secret Garden. She also teaches at St. Michael’s Montessori Nursery.
Tick Tock Director
Geraldine started the original group and has built it up, developing a unique format that has become Tick Tock.
Geraldine trained at Dartington College of Arts and The Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art where she was awarded a diploma in acting. She worked as a professional actress for 20 years, appearing in repertory and the R.S.C. Her West End credits include the original cast of Jesus Christ Superstar and Happy As A Sandbag. The birth of her daughter in 1989 prompted a change in her career and sowed the seeds of Tick Tock.
Tel: 020 7359 9495
Since 2007, Lizzie has been part of the Tick Tock teams in Berkhamsted, Crouch End and St Albans, but spent most of her time at the Islington franchise. She has a BMus in Music from King’s College London and a PGCE in Music from UCL Institute of Education. Since starting a family, Lizzie enjoys writing new Tick Tock material and collaborating with the current Tick Tock leaders. She enjoys taking her son to visit the various Tick Tock groups in London and Hertfordshire…and Scotland when time allows. Lizzie believes that music is best being explored by young children in a fun, warm and friendly environment, which Tick Tock offers in abundance.
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