All Events

The Power of Character – Advanced Beginners + (3hrs, 16 participants) “The Power of Character” focuses on celebrating the unique voice of every performer and aims to unlock the range of characters within everyone. We explore the power of strong emotional choices, externals, and the use of object work and environment to build a character with clear points of view and patterns of behavior. This workshop is for anyone who feels stuck, rusty, bored, or simply in need of a refresher on the core strategies of great scene work.

“You think you see me, don’t you; but you don’t, not really”. “Hilarious and revelatory in turn, with razor sharp writing and electrifying acting. Highly recommended.” – Michael Beakhouse.”

Elizabeth Drew Having done a course elsewhere, I was expecting more of the same. Wow! What a difference. Forget any pre-conceived ideas you might have of pretentious luvvies – this is acting without the twaddle. If you have any degree of talent, Dave will help you find it, and drag it out (kicking and screaming if necessary).

WriteClub Character Alchemy Masterclass Join writer Alison Powell and poet Beth Calverley for a full-day masterclass during which you’ll learn to craft remarkable characters that feel like real people. Open to all. Redland Library, Whiteladies Road, Bristol: Sunday, June 23, 2019 – 10am-4pm Tickets £60/45 – available from www.writeclub.org.uk

“Set Bitch Free” is a workshop and tribal event for lady identifying improvisers of any experience level hosted by Devin Bockrath. With a focus on technique, character development, risk taking, and the power of support, this class aims to shake vulnerabilities loose, test personal limits and set fire to the rain, duh, #Adele. If you are frustrated, fierce, fearful, fearless, or fun this one’s for you Queen Bitch.

A joyful exploration of identity, belonging and choice, created by Liz Clarke (age 43) and Felix Council (age 10) A show for anyone who has ever been small with big questions or who’s family doesn’t quite fit inside the box. Join us after the show for an anarchic, inclusive family workshop.

Join us at The Wardrobe Theatre to find out what’s in store for the residents of Newtown in the next episode of ‘Closer Each Day: The Improvised Soap Opera’!

Learn the art of storytelling and creating a performance, while developing your confidence and skills in acting, movement and devising.

Yalla Walk is an ambitious outdoor participatory performance, celebrating diversity and exploring the shared paths that connect us.

Yalla Walk puts refugees, asylum seekers and people who have experienced mental ill-health in the driving seat, so let us lead you to the places where we feel our best and to the edges of where we feel safe

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