Level 1: Acting for beginners 18+
It's never too late to tread the boards! Our Beginners Acting Courses for Adults offer an introduction to acting in a friendly and supportive atmosphere.
Ideal for those with little or no acting experience, classes provide the chance to explore acting technique in a playful, accessible and practical way.
Whether you are an aspiring performer; wish to revitalise your creativity; or simply want to try something new and build self-confidence, you will find our classes fun and rewarding.
Classes are taught by the Shoebox Theatre's Artistic Director, Luke Marquez.
"Luke is a fantastic teacher with a really easy going nature which, makes the learning so much easier. I’m now attending the more advanced classes and aim to audition for future plays and keep learning and acting for as long as I can!! If you’re thinking about doing it, just do it! You’ll love it!!"
Kevin Bray, Current Student at the Shoebox Theatre
Beginners courses introduce you to core performance skills required to get you started and are open to anyone over the age of 18. We limit the numbers in our classes so everybody gets the attention they need and the support to develop at their own pace. There is no audition to join.
We offer three 10-week courses, which run throughout the year - all of which can be signed up to individually and taken in any order.
Our next beginners course starts on 30th January 2020 with Storytelling Theatre!
Explore how to create imaginative and engaging characters, use vocal and physical skills to bring strange worlds to life and create performances that will keep your audience on the edge of their seats!
When: Thursdays from 7.30pm until 9.30pm, 30th January to 2nd April 2020
How much: £85 for a 10 week course
Comedy and Improvisation
Explore comic techniques through playful improvisations and learn to find the game and to embrace your mistakes. You can expect exaggerated characters, slapstick humour, silly scenarios and lots of laughter!
Page to Stage
Explore the process of bringing fully realised characters to life through text work, analysis and practical experimentation, applying techniques from Stanislavsky’s system of actor training.