THE MONDAY SESSIONS
FOCUS. PRACTICE. SUPPORT. MONDAYS.6.30pm.
NEW ATTENDEE - £180
(PLUS £8.25 PAYPAL FEE)
REGULAR ATTENDEE - £168
(PLUS £7 PAYPAL FEE)
WEEKLY SESSIONS. GETTING YOU ON THE RIGHT TRACK.
Come on this amazing weekly journey with us! A vital part of this course is the actor's mindset. Each week, wellbeing and motivational tasks will be practiced, and
we will share the progression as we move forward weekly.
16th MARCH - 20th APRIL 2020.
WEEK 1 IMPROVISATION, WELLBEING, MEDITATION & VISUALISATION
WEEK 2 IMPROVISATION & SCENE WORK
WEEK 3 ACTING FOR CAMERA
WEEK 4 MONOLOGUES
WEEK 5 SCENE WORK & IMPROVISATION
WEEK 6 WRITING & CREATING
So many of the actors that come to us request we have something even more regular than we already do. This is so they can really stay on top of their craft, just as you would if you were a training athlete (going to the gym once per week is just a must), and be in an environment regularly where they feel active and part of something, with things to look forward to throughout the week and an environment where know they will be challenged. So we have listened to you and think this is a brilliant idea!
Each week we will work with the same actors, a maximum of 14, and we will ACT for 3 hours. The classes will be straight to the point, no hanging around, on our feet and acting. Letting our creative minds wake up, our bravery strengthen and our skills as actors just grow and grow.
The 3 hour sessions are £30 per week for new actors and £28 for regular W1'ers.
£180 / £168
There is an option to pay in instalments, keeping things doable for you, let us know if you'd like to discuss that.
LIMITED PLACES OF 14 ACTORS MAX!
HOW DO I BOOK?
Either email us with your spotlight link and we will send you info or click below to book!
This course will be run by co-founder of W1, Nancy Sullivan as well as 2 industry guests who are to be announced.
Recent credits include Call The Midwife, Afterlife Netflix, My Fair Lady, The Country Wife & Fabric at The Soho Theatre. Nancy was offie nominated for her performance as Leah in the one woman play, Fabric, at the Soho Theatre. She also won the The Stage Edinburgh Award and a Fringe First for her performance as Leah in 2016. Other credits include Little Voice in The Rise & Fall of Little Voice (West Yorkshire Playhouse & Birmingham REP), Eponine in Les Miserables (West End), Beautiful Thing (West End) and many more.
13th JANUARY- 17th FEBRUARY
cherry garden hall
210 Jamaica Road