TRAINING

PROGRAMMES

CREATIVE LAB
  • Ever wished to experience the various elements and roles in theatre?

  • Would you like to learn how to produce and create theatre?

  • Want to be an all-rounded Theatre Creative?

  • Do you wish to work with a company of like-minded creatives?

 

The Creative Lab Programme is designed to help you:

  1. Develop the basic skills required for a creative and to integrate skills into different styles and genres and production scenarios and responsibilities;

  2. Apply the principles of being a creative to different projects, styles, settings;

  3. Develop a critical and reflective approach to artistry and creativity;

  4. Become familiar with the different roles of theatre, production practices, texts and their context within theatre history both past and contemporary.

Age: 17+

THE
MUSICAL THEATRE
PROGRAMME
  • Want to brush up on your performance skills?

  • Drama school auditions to prepare for?

  • Would you like to explore the various disciplines and rehearsal techniques in musical theatre?

  • Are you looking for actor training and professional development?

The Musical Theatre Programme aims to equip young people who wish to refine skills, grow their performance toolkit and explore acting through song. The programme is designed to help you: 

  1. Develop the basic skills required for acting, song and dance, and to integrate these skills;

  2. Apply the principles of truthful storytelling across disciplines;

  3. Explore the foundations, heritage and opportunities of local and international musical theatre contexts;

  4. Develop a critical and reflective approach to artistry;

  5. Become familiar with basic rehearsal and audition processes.

Age: 17+

THE ACTING
PROGRAMME
  • Want to brush up on your acting skills?

  • Drama school auditions to prepare for?

  • Would you like to discover a variety of acting techniques?

  • Are you looking for actor training and professional development?

The Acting Programme is designed to help you: 

  1. Develop the basic skills and techniques required by an actor and understand how to integrate these skills into different contexts;

  2. Apply the principles of acting across different texts, styles and genres;

  3. Develop a critical and reflective approach to artistry;

  4. Become familiar with basic script analysis, character building, pair works and monologue techniques;

  5. Become familiar with different theatre texts and their context within theatre history.

 

Age: 17+

THE
PLAY-WRITING
PROGRAMME
  • Have you always wanted to write plays, yet don't know where to begin?

  • Are you looking to improve your playwriting?

  • Curious to know how a play is written?

  • Do you want to write for the theatre and see your work come to life?


The Play-Writing Programme is conceived to nurture, hone, and provide a space for exploration to individuals interested in writing for the stage. 


Sessions are tailored according to the needs of the group in order to maximise the potential of each individual. 


The overall aim is to nurture well-rounded, critical, intelligent writers and provide them with a platform to explore ideas in writing as well as experience the ‘page to stage’ transition in a safe and guided space.
 

Age: 18+

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THE
MENTORSHIP
PROGRAMME
  • Do you wish to work on a specific creative skill one-to-one?

  • Are you looking for tailored mentoring for your theatre training and audition technique?

  • Would you like to work on developing as a theatre practitioner in one-to-one tailored sessions?

 

A programme tailored to suit your needs!

 

The Mentorship Programme sessions cater to the individual's requirements: from audition technique to spoken voice, monologues to the foundations of public speaking, creative practice to writing. 

 

Actors may also prepare to sit for LAMDA or Trinity examinations at advanced level and diploma level, in acting, performance arts, musical theatre and public speaking. Sessions may be held in person or online.

Age: 16+

ASSESSED
PATHWAY

Members on general programmes (i.e. all except the Mentorship Programme) may choose to follow the assessed pathway, wherein they are:

  • Provided with constant feedback and areas for growth.

  • Empowered to reflect, self-assess and set goals.

  • Guided to develop critical thinking skills.

  • Given the opportunity to explore an area of theatre that interests them.

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