As a collective, we have extensive experience running a wide range of workshops in community theatre settings, universities, schools, and colleges, for both established professionals and new learners.
Whether working with professional actors or emerging talent, our approach is deeply rooted in the power of physical storytelling, both in body and voice. Combined, and brought to their full potential, we consider these qualities exhilarating modes of expression, and absolutely integral to excellence in theatre.
‘The Darlaston Dog Fight’
Funding has been secured from Arts Council England to deliver six community-out reach workshops. These workshops will engage with potential non-theatre audiences across the U.K.
Workshops will also help inform the shaping of our next production ‘The Darlaston Dog Fight’ drawing on the themes and issues explored in the play to shape the workshops, and spark creative participation. Our workshops will be open to everyone and anyone who wish to learn more about theatre, and the techniques when shaping a professional production. Participants will explore Brechtian modes of theatre and performance in areas narration, song, dance, and physical theatre.
Planning and preparation for these workshops currently underway. If you’re a school, theatre company, or an arts centre and would like us to deliver a workshop/series of workshops in the Autumn of 2017 get in touch.