Classes
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Exclusive masterclass and studio showing of Godfrey Hamilton’s poignant, witty, thought-provoking one-man show, “Let Me Look At You” – exploring 50 years in the LGBT landscape since the decriminalisation of homosexuality. American actor Mark Pinkosh will lead a masterclass for actors aged 17+ based on the work.

Free Theatre Seminar with Paul Goddard ACE and Chrissie Tiller at acta theatre Bristol. How can locally created work resonate with audiences in other cities and countries? Join acta and guest speakers to discuss how to make work that connects across borders.

Following the success of his introductory masterclasses on acting for camera, director/cameraman Paul Dudbridge returns to take things further. In this masterclass, you will cover: • Reviewing scripts and script breakdown – What lines are essential and what can be played and communicated physically/visually for the camera? • Performing characters from a given script and reviewing performances on screen for feedback. • Looking at subtext and how it can add layers to the scene. Students will be asked to present two stories for camera – one true and one false. Can we tell the difference?

A supportive and rewarding Small Adult Class at DanceStation Alexandra Park Fishonds BS16 2BG Part of move GB Tone, stabilise and Dance with an Experienced Teacher Tuesdays 13:15 to 14:15 £5.50…

‘Dave has a real touch – he brings out the best in everyone with practical excerised for acting. He’s a joy to be with, attentive and will give everyone the guidance, kindness and tools they need’ BAFTA award winning Director Esther May Campbell

If you’re curious about improv and want to try dipping your toes into the world of making stuff up, our free monthly taster session is for you!

Led by Award-Winning Playwright and Director Matt Grinter From clowning to dance to character work, our body is a hugely important part of bringing to life what we create on stage. In this workshop we will look at various techniques and exercises that can be used to inform your physical work and help to create distinct and fully embodied characters and visual performances.

 An Intensive Weekend Workshop – Storytelling techniques for Myths & Fairytales. Perform with physical precision, imaginative freedom and relish for the story.

To apply, copy the following into your browser and complete form! goo.gl/2uDfB9 Discover how to use your physicality to create engaging and compelling non-verbal performance with experienced Physical Theatre teacher and …

A fun, stimulating after-school drama class for children aged 11-15, focusing on physical theatre and improvisation.

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