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Tag Archives: training

How Anna Scher’s maverick acting school created so many working-class stars | Stage | The Guardian

For 50 years Anna Scher has taught acting to north London children, with many – such as Kathy Burke, Daniel Kaluuya and Adam Deacon – becoming household names. What is … Continue reading

04/03/2018 · 2 Comments

Training at Little Angel Theatre, a first hand account – Little Angel Theatre: The Blog

Meet Isabel Nellie Walters, a young advocate of puppetry. I started learning puppetry seven years ago, when I was eleven, taking part in a short summer course (Islington Summerversity) where … Continue reading

07/28/2016 · Leave a comment

Susan Elkin: I’ve found a play that contains an advisory warning for prospective drama students | Opinion | The Stage

Originally posted in The Stage. I write about drama schools. And training. And plays. But it isn’t often I see a play which actually discusses schools and training. Last Friday I … Continue reading

08/24/2015 · Leave a comment

Inaugural Address

Originally posted on Go Solo!:
Welcome to this newly-launched site and to a new branch to my career: teaching. Since 1996 I have been creating and performing my own work…

05/21/2014 · Leave a comment