£20.00 – £25.00
Our Seriously Skilled: Working On Your Craft! series brings you the best in flexible, affordable and on-going workshops to continue to develop your skills as an actor, performer and creative. The series runs for 6 weeks single workshops and you can select to attend one session or as many as you feel you would like to join. As performers, you are constantly evolving and trying to improve your skills. This series allows you the freedom to play and hone your craft with our experienced and friendly workshop leaders.
This series will cover these areas and more:
About our actors:
Joseph is a graduate of Rose Bruford College. Theatre credits include: The Winter’s Tale, Comedy Of Errors (National Theatre), Julius Caesar, Antony and Cleopatra, Titus Andronicus (RSC), Richard II (Arcola Theatre), What The Thunder Said (Theatre Centre), Boi Boi Is Dead (West Yorkshire Playhouse, Watford Palace Theatre), Back To The Future (Secret Cinema), In the Jungle of the Cities (Arcola Theatre), Whole (20 Stories High), Run! A Sports Day Musical (Polka Theatre).
Screen credits include: Pokémon: Detective Pikachu (Legendary Entertainment), The Mime, Love Bitten (Dan Allen Films), Rosemary Jane (London Film School) and Little Big Planet PS Vita (Sony). Audio credits include: University Of Bradford Applied AI (Studio Hansa), Radio Elusia (Boundless Theatre)
As an actor, Fergus has appeared in the global smash hit ‘Game of Thrones’, on BBC Radio 4 and in theatre in London and around the UK. Alongside his career as an actor, Fergus works extensively in the business world, focusing on helping people from executives to apprentices improve their communication and leadership skills. He also teaches individual clients and leads workshops for drama school students on ‘How to be a corporate actor’. He’s delighted to work with act up and looks forward to helping budding young performers and seasoned pros alike hone their skills and have some fun along the way.
The course is online via Zoom, the link and password will be sent to you before the course begins. Let us know if you have any questions.
Tuesday 10th November (7.30-9.30pm), Tuesday 17th November (7.30-9.30pm), Tuesday 20th October (7.30-9.30pm), Tuesday 24th November (7.30-9.30pm), Tuesday 27th October (7.30-9.30pm), Tuesday 3rd November (7.30-9.30pm)