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Bringing a show
Theatre of ideas
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Making Theatre From Scratch
This class is part of:
Theatre Maker Classes
Who could benefit from this course?
This course is for actors that are bored of waiting around for the next audition and want to start creating their own work. It is a chance to make  theatre that you are passionate about and an opportunity to meet
people that could provide valuable contacts moving forward.
How does it work?
We will work as a group to devise, research and develop a short piece of theatre that we can show as part of the scratch night at The Cockpit. The work will be led by ideas brought by those in the class and we'll explore how to take something through from inspiration to a performance that showcases and utilises the strengths of those involved.
What do you gain?
You will learn how to create a piece of
from initial idea to a short showing as part of a scratch performance.
You will gain experience in devising and research and development techniques.
You will learn how to produce the work as well as devise and perform in it, gaining the correct vocabulary and ways of approaching venues as a
(10% discount for
Theatre Maker Members
- you must be logged in to your member account to receive the discount and places are (
limited as the classes are small, so get booking!)
Tues 20 Mar - 24 Apr, 11:30AM - 1:30PM
SARAH is an actor, producer and creative director of HOAX
. HOAX was founded in 2015 by Sarah, Ayesha
Bertram with the aim to create unapologetic contemporary
that champions women. They blend text, physical
and comedy to give a voice to social and ecological issues.
Sarah graduated from Central School of Speech and Drama in 2012 after studying an MA Classical Acting. Since graduating Sarah has worked heavily in immersive theatre including several productions with Secret Cinema. Originally from North Yorkshire, Sarah spent the early part of her career creating work in the North of England where she studied BA Acting (hons) at UCLAN in Preston. She was subsequently given a scholarship to join PanTheatre in Maleragues in southern France to study with Enrique Pardo and Linda Wise in the revolutionary techniques of Voice Practitioner Roy Hart.