Monday Night Acting Classes - Five Rules for Brilliance New Venture Theatre, Brighton
2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th of September
£2.50 members, £5 Non-members, First Session Free (Drop-in) Join Andrew Allen in a supportive series of workshops that look at the inner workings of a script, using a variety of acting exercises, improv techniques, and sharp, focused games. No need to join at the start, just drop-in on the dates that work for you.
Image: Twitter - AmyatAshgate - taken at Institute of Fundraising Convention 2019 Cast Iron Theatre's session: How improv can make you a better fundraiser
Brunel: God's Wonderful Railway
Reading Thames Festival - Art After Dark 26th September The Three Guineas
Join Isambard Kingdom Brunel as he reflects on his own life and how Reading has transformed over the years. Lighthearted and fun but historically faithful, audiences who enjoy heritage performance, history, railways and historical tours will love this piece of storytelling set in The Three Guineas, a building designed by 'The Little Giant' himself.
Tiny Sparks with Laura Mugridge Reading Thames Festival - Art After Dark 26th September Reading Museum
Sit around the 'campfire' with theatremaker and performer Laura Mugridge (Maker of Reading On Thames Festival's 2018 hit show Up Down and Beyond).
As you watch twinkling fairy lights and share some fireside treats (marshmallow, anyone?) Laura will tell stories from Reading's past, found amid the artefacts of the museum.
Through Laura's enchanting storytelling you'll learn how the spark of an idea can illuminate the path to change.
ONE WOMAN ALIEN with Katy Schutte London Horror Festival 24th October
In fringe theatre, no one can hear you scream: One Woman, One Hour, One Cult Movie! The sell out Edinburgh Fringe show returns, celebrating 40 years of the horror classic. Katy Schutte tackles the entire movie alone (with a cat) at The Pleasance, London.
Later in 2019... The Prime Minister told the nation to vote. The problem is, when you give the people a voice: they speak. Welcome to the last hours of a political life.
Cast Iron Theatre's Andrew Allen returns with this work in progress showing of his new play later in 2019.
CREDITS: Cast Iron Logo Design: Chelsea Newton Mountney Brunel image at The Three Guineas, Reading Laura Mugridge image: Ed Moore One Woman Alien Design: Alanna Manwaring Will of the People image: Pixabay
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