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Dan will once again share with us the secrets, ideas and methods of lighting the theatre stage. The venue for this evening will be either the club room as usual...
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The Hero, The Girl Next Door, The Comedian, The Villain. As actors, we tend to be type-cast into a particular stereotype. This is based on our gender, ...
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A session for actors on approaches to performing at the microphone, referencing audio drama,narration, voice over and podcasts. We will look at: * how to projec...
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The practicality of decay and the colour yellow is traditionally a happy, joyful spring colour. Then what happens? Kate will encourage the creation of improvise...
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A chance to perform scenes from some of international cinema’s (yes, cinema) most influential works. Translated pieces will be provided, ranging from introspe...
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Led by Barry Slack. In this practical session I’ll be using a well known piece of music to stimulate ideas for creative drama. Working in small groups using mi...
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David Baxter and Simon Futty present an evening of games and exercises from simple warm ups to improvisation and character development.
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To what? A belief, a place, a love? A spiritual fulfillment or a sense of the comforting familiar? What about when you do not belong or when belonging becomes r...
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This workshop will provide an overview of Lucy Kirkwood’s play ‘Boody Wimmin’ and explore how the play’s two acts mirror each other in both structure and themes...
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I’ll be looking at the concept of waiting as an aspect of tension in seven famous plays. There will be extracts for practical group work. The plays are: Henry V...
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Join Clive with words, verse or worse to celebrate all that is Valentine. This can include a favourite story about love, a speech from a pla...
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As a Writer-Performer-Broadcaster-Producer, Nigel Crowle has worked for BBC stations such as Radio 2, R4, 5 Live & Radio Wales. His credits include: Writing com...
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Ladies and Gentlemen, can I have your attention please? Want to find out more about this year’s exciting Festival productions? Then add this date to your diary...
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A semi-dramatised adaptation of ‘The Spoon River Anthology’ by Edgar Lee Masters, presenting the ‘Women of Spoon River’ in a Welsh setting during The First Worl...
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Paul will choose some pieces of text to select and perform. Lines needn’t be learnt but participants should be very familiar with the piece performed. Please f...
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