As well as appealing to students following Performing Arts and humanities courses, our workshops take a cross curricular approach: for courses as diverse as: Geography, Citizenship, PSHE, General Studies, Politics and Communications. Accessible, exciting and challenging our workshop programme is perfect for younger audiences aged 14+. All workshops are accompanied by resource materials and suggestions for further action. To book or find out more say firstname.lastname@example.org.
Building an Ensemble: An introduction to devising and developing character focusing on the creation of chorus characters. (Year 9 and above).
An introduction to Ibsen and Stanislavski: A practitioner based approach suitable for students following GCSE, BTEC, AS and A level courses in Performing Arts, Drama, Theatre Studies. (Year 10 and above).
Ibsen’s women: Ibsen wrote some of the most extraordinary roles for women – we take a look at Nora, Hedda, Petra, our version of Doctor Stockmann and the extraordinary women who brought them to our stages.
Insights into adaptation: A practical exploration of the creative process of adapting a classic through time, location and language – who, where, what and above all WHY? (Year 9 and above).
From intention to action: A workshop for students who care about the future because they plan to live there. We know that not everyone likes acting so we have developed a workshop using discussion, coaching, action learning techniques and a small amount of role play to explore social responsibility. Our approach is non-judgemental; we empower young people to engage in public debate and we will feedback their responses to policy makers who have supported our research.