It's now possible to reserve on the website or by directly phoning us.
The first classes were yesterday. All classes on Saturday are full, except for two places left for the 10/12 between 12.30-14.00
There are also:
- 5 places left on Wednesday (7/10) 17.00-18.30
- 3 places left on Friday (14/18) 18.30-20.30
Some new classes have opened to cope with extra numbers. Classes restart September 3rd.
Wednesday group 17.00-18.30
Saturday group 10.30-12.00
Friday group - time pending
Saturday group 17.00-19.00
The audition date is the 29th of May. If you can't make it don't hesitate to contact us.
4 actors required - 1 woman (40s-60s), 3 any gender/age for Crave
A couple (20-30s, 1 man & 1 woman) for Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf
Non-native speakers welcome.
Crave is a challenging piece that will require precise memorisation of a long, non-linear text, voice training, and basic physical fitness. Those interested should prepare a short monologue or longer poem (aim for 3 mins) of any style that may demonstrate vocal technique and dramatic rhythm.
Warning: script contains challenging material, including reference to suicide, paedophilia and rape. No onstage depiction of the above is anticipated.
Direction, design: Ellie Bryce
The voice class will be reading a few Irish poems at the occasion of the Easter 1916 centennial on April 20th 8pm at the Studio. Entrance is free!
All theatre classes are starting again on Saturday the 27th of February.
All classes will be starting again on the week of the 4th of January.
William Shakespeare wrote the tragedy of Romeo and Juliet around 1595. Probably the most well-known European love story of all time, this play tells the tale of a young man and a girl from feuding families who meet and fall in love. Fate is definitely not on their side, however, and Death eventually comes to meet them when they are most exuberantly alive.