The course is suitable for you if you have completed our beginners course or have some experience of acting. It is also suitable if you have lots of experience of acting but none with Shakespeare.
Maybe you fancy yourself as the next Judi Dench or maybe you want to erase memories of deadly English classes and see what all the fuss is really about.
This ten week course is totally practical and gives you a good grasp of several plays, teaches you how to analyse the text and most importantly, to speak Shakespeare’s amazing words with skill and confidence. Who doesn’t want to casually whip out a few lines in a party!
These hugely fun Sessions include: Lightning Plots, Feeling the Pentameter, Oppositions, Imagery, Characterisation and Scene Work. At the end of the course, you will have the opportunity to take part in a short in-house performance with your own Shakesperean Speech!
SEPTEMBER 2020 TERM:
|Group Size||8 Max (see below about social distancing)|
|Venue||22 Hope Street|
|COVID19 Guarantee||Please know that you are able to book with 100% confidence. If the course you book is not able to go ahead you will be contacted directly in advance with as much notice as possible. You will have flexible options to either transfer to another date or have your booking credited to your account or receive a full refund. If you are affected by Covid 19 during your course (either through illness or isolation) you will have flexible options to either transfer to another date or have your booking credited to your account or receive a full refund.|
|Social Distancing||Due to the current coronavirus pandemic and the social distancing measures we need to put in place our Autumn term this year will look a little different to usual. Please note the following changes we have made to help keep our students safe: (1) Classes will be 90 minutes long and start times will be staggered; (2) There will be less students in each class (maximum of 8) in order to enable social distancing; (3) There will be additional material offered online in order to support the learning; (4) Depending on advice the showcase performance may be filmed or have reduced capacity for audience in order to adhere to social distancing requirements.|