Young Actors (11-13 years) August 2022

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Spend five half-days working with one of our Globe Practitioners in this interactive course designed especially for aspiring actors.

Receive hands-on instruction from Globe actors to explore Shakespeare in an exciting way through lively workshops and practical activities. Designed for young performers, this course provides an active, creative learning experience to bring Shakespeare to life in a new way.

Each session will involve warm-up games, tips and tricks for getting into character, and having fun with Shakespeare’s language and performance. There will be plenty of opportunities to perform and play scenes, trying out different styles and approaches. This course will involve voice, text and movement sessions with participants working collaboratively with their peers.

This course takes places on-site and includes access to the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse and a tour of the Globe Theatre.

This course is aimed at children aged 11-13 years who have an interest in performing. It culminates with a small sharing of work for family, carers and friends!

 DETAILS

Price: £400

Please purchase one ticket per individual.

As a charity that receives no regular government funding, the ticket income from events like these is vital to us.

A £2.50 transaction fee per order applies online and over the telephone.

This course is on-site at Shakespeare’s Globe.

Dates: Monday 8 August – Friday 12 August, 10.30am – 1.30pm each day

Capacity: 36 individuals per session

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