These weekly classes are structured in 10 week terms and targeted at anyone over the age of 16. Each term focuses on a different aspect of drama and the performing arts. Previous terms have covered improvisation, characterisation, role play, physical theatre techniques and scripted scene study. Generally, but not always, terms will culminate in a performance of work created to family and friends.
"It’s a great class because you make friends with folk who have a common interest with you. There is never any judgement, there are no egos and you know everyone is there to support you." - Participant Feedback / 2015
The group has been working on a production together since January 2020 which had to be postponed and is scheduled to be performed on November 24th / 25th 2020.
Rebellious Elements, by Robert Alcock, is a play that deals with the stories we live by, often without even realising it. It asks: can we change the outcome of these stories, and if so, how? These questions become urgent and topical in the context of the global ecological emergency.
In line with the phased reopening of Community Centres we aim to restart face to face rehearsals from October 21st. Until then, classes will be delivered online via Zoom.
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This course is for those interested in understanding and recognising a range of different mental health condition, including signs and symptoms.
In this playful and sensitive exploration of everyday objects as symbolic communication, metaphors such as a cup half full or treading on eggshells are brought from the page to the stage.
In the workshop we will explore our immediate environment and what we have in it – our home and the virtual space we are in all together.
Panimation, a multi-platform community for women, trans and non-binary people working within animation and motion graphics, hosts a Drink'N'Draw workshop as part of Manipulate Festival 2021.
Join Surgeons Hall Museums learning officer Carl Ronan for this fun interactive workshop with live experiments, puzzles and a special quest!
This lecture offers fresh insights into a fascinating artist. Dr Helen Scott is Curator of Fine Art at the City Art Centre, and author of Mary Cameron: Life in Paint.