Classes
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Voiceover and accent/dialect workshop with Peta Maurice

Looking to take your improvised scene work, acting or performing skills to the next level in a stretching, but safe and supportive environment?

Devising and writing workshop for actors

Playful Contemporary Dance Workshop, working with contact improvisation, exploring the power and use of gravity in our bodies and movement and exploring our innate creative potential within movement. Discovering how bodies can move in multiple ways wither alone or together and some good tunes to lighten the soul.

Perfect for beginners. In this course we focus on the core essentials of improvisation. We learn to trust our own ideas, listening to others, and having the confidence to initiate spontaneous scenes. If you are a comedian looking to improve you craft, a writer looking for inspiration, or someone who just wants to try something new, this course is for you!

Create engaging scenes. We focus on playing real characters, and exploring in the moment. We learn how to act truthfully in scenes, and how to construct a platform through world exploration. The final class will be dedicated to the Montage format. If you are a comedian looking to improve you craft, a writer looking for inspiration, or someone who just wants to try something new, this course is for you!

The 7-day course will explore Stanislavski, Uta Hagen and Laban techniques that will allow you to enjoy yourself onstage and create dynamic characters with depth and truth. “Simply put; Dave knows how to make you a better actor.” Stephen Graham Bafta-nominated for Best Actor

This course is part of our performing improv programme. learn to explore narrative – hone your improvised theatre skills.

This 8 week-course is inspired by the teachings of Jacques Lecoq and is aimed at actors, theatre-makers, musicians, dancers and circus performers who would like to research, develop and solidify their skills in theatrical clowning whilst working in an ensemble.

Performing Improv L1 is a programme of three seven-week classes, which rotate throughout the year: Creating Characters, Telling Stories and Singing Songs.

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