Seaford’s summer of Shakespeare

The Players Collective of Seaford Little Theatre is offering a summer school from August 1-5 to celebrate the 400th Anniversary of Britain’s greatest playwright, William Shakespeare,

There will be five days of intensive workshops, culminating in two mini performances of The Tempest and Measure for Measure.

There will be a choice of workshops each day led by renowned actor Jack Shepherd and facilitated by professional tutors qualified in theatre and education.

On top of that week of incredible tuition there is also single session workshops available.

These start on Monday August 1 at 2.30-4pm a master class with Jack Shepherd on ‘Playing Shakespeare’ -open to the public at a cost of £25.00.Then from 5-7pm individual 30 minute tuition slots on voice will be given by Victoria Thompson, Matt Haynes, and Padraig Breathnach - bookable in advance, £20.

On Tuesday from 10.30-midday will be a workshop on Laban movement technique with Anna Carlisle - open to public £20, must be booked in advance.

Tuesday from 1.30-3pm also sees a directing workshop with Victoria Thompson or stage management workshop with Matt Haynes - book in advance. £20 each. Later on Tuesday at 3.30-5pm an improvisation workshop with Matt Haynes, book in advance. £20.

On Wednesday starting at 10.30am until midday a singing workshop related to music of the Elizabethan Era with Padraig Breathnac, also £20.

From 1.30-3pm on Wednesday there is a design and painting workshop with Hannah Thompson, £20.

The public will be able to attend the end of school production at 7pm on Friday 5 with tickets costing £6.

To book any of these classes, or find out about discounts, please contact Tricia Pape on tricia.pape@gmail.com or 07948715876.

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