Skills Sessions

Skills Sessions

February 2019
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Whether you’re attending drama school, starting your career, retired and seeking new challenges or just looking to develop new skills, come along and try a day or spend the week with us.

Stage Combat Tue 14 Aug | Led by Tom Jordan. Learn unarmed combat and weapon skills in this
fast-paced workshop.


Voice and Text Wed 15 Aug | Led by Michael Corbidge. A dynamic vocal workshop to open up and
learn techniques to develop your voice.


Directing Thu 16 Aug | Led by James Farrell. Develop your rehearsal room technique and
how to get the best performance from your actors.


Acting Sat 18 Aug | Led by Stan Hodgson. Work on rhythm, text and physicality to
help create a truthful and engaging character.


Clown Sun 19 Aug | Led by Mark Curtis. We all have that inner child still itching to get out!
Join Mark, the key bearer, as he unlocks the door that will enable you
to let your inner funny out for a breath of fresh air.

Duration: 6 hours

Book Tickets

Age guideline: 16+

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  • New people and places can seem frightening but often contain common experiences and fun surprises. Inspired by this year's pantomime Beauty and the Beast we ask your child to be courageous and see the beauty of the beast. Join Belle and the Beast, make new friends and discover new stories - the end of one chapter is always the beginning of a new adventure....

  • Here We Go

    Fri 23 - Sat 24 Aug

    This is a play about death. About aging and being cared for; about grief; about living our days to the full. Caryl Churchill’s short play is a powerful homage to life and its many endings.

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