John Godber Workshop

John Godber Theatre Workshop John Godber is well-known for his highly entertaining and stylised plays that are energetic, comedic and extremely appealing to the GCSE, AS and A-level students we work with. This interactive workshop session, usually lasting 2 hours, examines Godber’s early style and allows students to devise their own work with the techniques […]

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Physical Theatre Workshop

This workshop is simply about utilising our bodies and creating engaging theatre. We start off with some simple warm-up exercises and break the ice, an incredibly important part of the workshop, then begin building on the individual’s awareness of space, their body and fellow performers. This workshop is as much about creativity as it is […]

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Stanislavski Theatre Workshop

Constantin Stanislavski was a Russian actor and playwright best known for his acting ‘system’ – a framework for actors developed through his book An Actor Prepares. Stanislavski’s system is well-known around the world and has influenced many actors and theatre practitioners since. The techniques and exercises found in this framework can be witnessed in many modern […]

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Augsto Boal Workshop

Augusto Boal was a Brazilian theatre practitioner and director. His vision saw theatre as a tool for change. Working alongside often oppressed people, he used theatre to give them a voice to express themselves and make others aware of their situations. He empowered people to become active and use theatre to change their circumstances and […]

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Bertolt Brecht Workshop

A workshop based of the theatre of Brecht Bertolt Brecht was a German director and playwright and is well-known for his political approach to theatre.  Frustrated with the naturalistic theatre of his time, Brecht woke up his audience with alienation devices and removed the wall between actor and audience. His techniques are still used in […]

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Antonin Artaud Workshop

Antonin Artaud theatre Practitioner Workshop  Think of Artaud as the man who established the ‘theatre of cruelty’. This workshop always leaves the participants with a lot to consider, sparking a love for a very alternative approach to theatre.  6thform and college students have described this Artaud workshop as extremely practical and a breath of fresh air. […]

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Stephen Berkoff Workshop

A Theatre Workshop Based on Stephen Berkoff Stephen Berkoff is a British actor, playwright and director. His repertoire includes: East, Decadence, Metamorphosis, Dog, One Man, Oedipus and Greek.  This workshop will focus on the notion of ‘Total Theatre’ and how Berkoff masterfully utilises all elements of the human body on stage. We introduce groups by building the physicality of the performer […]

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