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.
Devising and writing workshop for actors
Scholarships for participation in the Physical Theatre and Directing Workshops in Austria New Year! New Scholarships! New You!
Puppet show for all ages, discussing animal conservation and human impact on natural habitats. A silly and joyful journey with two zoo keepers and their family of endangered (puppet) animals.
Using designs and imagery from pre-Incan textiles, ceramics and architecture, this brand new creation leads audiences on a serpentine journey into the darkness, into the labyrinth, into worlds beyond death.
Combining theatre and circus, our first year BTEC students present Adapting Stories. Taking a well known narrative, students will create and remake their own versions.
An exhilarating all female line up of dance, theatre and storytelling. Three shows from 3 different countries, all in one astounding evening.
Lola is a twisted exploration of trying to remember and not remembering, featuring tightwire, aerial straps and all manner of circus skills.
Natalie Inside Out playfully turns our conventional ideas of circus upside down and inside out in this unique collaboration between a world-class hand-balancer and digital artist.
BOX is a humorous and uplifting tale about sibling connection and rivalry, featuring impressive hand-balancing, acrobatics and a mysterious box of tricks.
Omni is a contemporary circus performance created by the graduating BA class of Circomedia 2020. Omni is a homage to physical innovation and boundless creativity.
On January 25th 2020, we will be holding an audition workshop in Exeter (venue/time tbc) with a view to find performers to join us in devising a cabaret about the nurses of the NHS. Paid project.
Free, open access theatre workshop opportunity with Alex Byrne of New International Encounter during the festive run of Snow White at Tobacco Factory Theatres in Bristol.
Our Street is a show about community. It’s about people on a street in Bristol. It’s their narrative and their experiences.
Budding comedy performer? @Spymonkeycomedy launch a new Brassmonkey #Bursary to promote diversity on our stages: financial support for 2 performers to attend their 3-week clown creation school in March.
Spend the day with Fred and his friend the pigeon. He’ll show you a side of the city you’ve never seen before – the dark side. See, Fred’s homeless and while he’s doing his best to get along and stay…
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