Various Subsidised Performance Workshops


12 Jul 2010 to 17 Jul 2010
Opening times:

<p>Programme runs from Monday 12th July 10 - Saturday 17th July 6pm</p>
<p>Workshops include sessions from an RSC dircetor and&nbsp;Mick Barnfather (Complicte) and explore&nbsp;modern Lecoq/Gaulier, Shakespeare, Grotowski/Chekhov approaches for live performers.</p>

Saltpeter Productions presents a week of subsidised workshops for performers, held at People Show Studios, Bethnal Green, in conjunction with our debut Halloween show Death of Tintagel, a Peter Morris world premier.

From Monday July 12th - Saturday July 17th our workshop leaders generously come together to support the spirit of Saltpeter's ethos - to create and explore new theatrical possibilities.

Prices are deliberately affordable to encourage actors to try out new approaches to working. Details on 

1.Half-Mask and Comic Characters Wednesday 14th July, 5-9pm, £25

Mick Barnfather, actor, teacher and director of over 30 years is Saltpeter Production's Special Guest Workshop Leader. We are very excited to host him. Mick has been a member of Complicite since 1986.

2.Grotowski & Michael Chekhov Mon 12th 

Thurs 15th July, 10-5pm (plus an ensemble showcase on Thursday evening), £75/65 concessions and early birds

Krystian Godlewski draws from Michael Chekhov and his own Grotowski, Gardzienice, butoh and martial arts training to present a body-based approach to exploring physicality in live performances. Participants will present an informal ensemble showing to invited guests.

3.Here and Now - You and Your Audience Mon 12th - Tues 13th July, 6-10pm, £25

Adrian Gillott trained at the Ecole Jacques Lecoq and with Phillippe Gaulier in Paris; he is also greatly influenced by the work of Ayad Akhtar and of Andrew Morrish. This workshop will draw on these ways of working, with games and improvisation. Especially useful for exploring what makes you an interesting subject for others to watch.

4.Text Analysis Saturday 17th July, 10-5pm, £35

Vik Sivalingam (RSC, Old Vic, Almeida), director of Death of Tintagel presents a detailed, practical way of working through modern text.

5.Shakespeare Monologues Friday 16th July, 10-6pm, £25

V Lewis (Voice Coach, Director) takes you through your audition piece, combining solid, old-school methods and creative, physical exercises.

Full details on