Improvised Theatre Workshop for Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017
Following on the last year's success of "That Xmas thing" which was performed at the Pleasance Theatre just before the Christmas, and "Not to be at all" at London Theatre Workshop in April 2017, we are proudly present our show and students at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2017.
What is Edinburgh Fringe?
Being considered the biggest celebration of arts & cultures on the planet, Edinburgh Fringe which features more than 50,000 performances of shows in nearly 300 venues. Every August, Edinburgh welcomes thousands of performers from around the globe take to the stages across the city to present shows to all tastes. At Fringe, you can find big names in the entertainment worlds to young artists who are all ready to conquer the art world. An estimate of millions of visitors have visited the city during the festival to enjoy a variety of performances including theatre, comedy, dance, physical theatre, circus, cabaret, children's shows, musicals, opera, music, spoken word, exhibitions and events. More details about Edinburgh Fringe, please find here.
Improvised Theatre Workshop
Performing Production is collaborating with Ed Cottrell, the former Art Director of the Royal Albert Hall to create a new Improvised Theatre Workshop, specially for the Edinburgh Fringe. This exciting new course will cover all the basics of creating improvised theatre, from establishing a character through to creating a complex narrative which will give young people a chance to present their creativeness & improvisation. The workshop consists of 8 sessions running on every Friday evening at the London Theatre Workshop from 6PM - 8PM. The course structure is designed to make sure people of all experience could join in. Therefore, if you don't have any acting experience, don't be shy, why not try to uncover your hidden talent.
Casting: 15 - 25 May 2017
Class Opening Date: 26 May 2017
Location: London Theatre Workshop, 88 Gracechurch Street, EC3V 0DN
Time: 6PM - 8PM
Tutor: Ed Cottrell
Contact person: Tim Frith at
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