Two practical masterclasses for actors on Commedia dell’Arte. First, embody the stock characters using body, voice and mask. Then explore comic archetypes in Shakespeare and Molière.
Explore the complex layers of story, character and atmosphere revealed by Pinter and Chekhov, and bring these from page to stage.
An in-depth exploration of text for actors, using the written word as the foundation of your acting choices, finding the need to speak, forming character through language and ensuring we serve up the text at its best.
A fast-paced day of singing and dancing: up your game technically and improve your acting through song/dance.
Devising and writing workshop for actors
Voiceover and accent/dialect workshop with Peta Maurice
Stand Up Comedy workshop with Angie Belcher.
South West based Technician (with a Lighting bias) Hard working and ambitious Theatre Technician, working on a diverse and exciting range of theatrical and live events throughout the United Kingdom. Experienced with a wide range of Theatre and live events….
It’s a new year! 2020 is landing, and with that – it’s the return of the Ferment Fortnight and all sorts of excellent ideas from a new collection of South West theatremakers. Come and join us as we prise open…
Alongside HOME, The Curve and York Theatre Royal, Bristol Old Vic’s Ferment programme is delighted to partner with The Pleasance to offer one brilliant South West company a pathway to support at the 2020 Edinburgh Fringe Festival in one of…
Blending poetry, an original score and surrealism, Eve and Sea Production’s powerful show unsettles and disrupts; confronting its audience with an exposing commentary on male mental health, drug abuse and the disillusionment of youth in the 21st century.
How To Beat Up Your Dad is the tale of one young mans journey through manhood. From a meek teenager to becoming a young man stealing Yakults, searching for happiness and finally standing up to his own dad.
So what’s been happening since our last anti-Brexit revue in May 2019? Not much really … unless you count another Prime Minister, another cabinet, another deal, another general election…
A holistic, experiential workshop that uses movement, story, and play to explore and create connection with a more empowered sense of self.
Travelling Light and Bristol Old Vic present a playful experience filled with warmth, sensation and gentle exploration, suitable for babes in arms and pre-schoolers aged 0-3 accompanied by their carers.
An exhilarating all female line up of dance, theatre and storytelling. Three shows from 3 different countries, all in one astounding evening.