Our Courses

  • Started Jun 2

    £100

  • Started Jun 3

    £100

  • Example Course Outline

    Week 1

    ' Voice and Body'

    In week one, we will explore the foundations and importance of vocal and physical maintenance. We’ll learn how our voice and physicality reveals so much about us without even trying.

    Through a series of practical exercises, games and skills that the

    students can take away, they will be taught how to hone their vocal abilities and physicality that can ultimately lead over time to a greater knowledge of their instrument and towards the the thing that we describe as charisma or “stage presence”.

  • Week 2 

    ‘Being present in the moment’

    This week the students will learn the importance of staying present. This is not only
    an important acting technique, but indeed a philosophy for life. After a short vocal
    and physical warm up using the skills we learnt in week 1, we’ll explore this in
    discussion, example and in some short Meisner exercises. We’ll then finish off with
    some improvisation games which force the students into the here and now and
    encourage them to think on their feet without judgement or limiting thoughts.

  • Week 3

    ‘Actions and rhetoric’

    This week the students will learn the importance of staying present. This is not only
    an important acting technique, but indeed a philosophy for life. After a short vocal
    and physical warm up using the skills we learnt in week 1, we’ll explore this in
    discussion, example and in some short Meisner exercises. We’ll then finish off with
    some improvisation games which force the students into the here and now and
    encourage them to think on their feet without judgement or limiting thoughts.

  • Week 4

    ‘Stage presence and body language’

    After our warm up, We will explore practically through the session the different
    characteristics that lead to what we refer to as stage presence, and what our body
    language reveals about us and how we might be able to alter these aspects
    depending on which “character” we are trying to play in the world. This will be a
    predominantly practical session, but I’ll probably show them some video clips for
    examples as well…

  • Week 5

    ‘Getting into character’

    Characters are not just for the stage, indeed the entirety of life is filled with them and
    we ourselves play a multitude on a daily basis. The students will learn some basics
    about character and character development, how to hone and bring aspects of their
    subconscious to the fore for whichever role they have to play, on and off stage. We
    will as usual begin with the vocal and physical warm up - we’ll then finish with a
    much longer exercise beginning with a guided relaxation and bring the students to
    practically explore what they have learnt in the previous session culminating in a mini
    showing in front of their piers.

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