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Practitioner Training Event

Practitioner Training Two Day Event

When: 21st and 22nd July 2016
Time: 10am – 4pm
Where: TR2
Cost: £30 for one day or £50 for both days.

Theatre Royal Plymouth is offering a two day training event for practitioners keen to explore and further develop their practice. The training will allow practitioners to share and develop their skills whilst also networking with others working within the arts in the South West.

Thursday 21st July

The Wrong Crowd

Visual storytelling & Puppetry Workshop

In April this year The Wrong Crowd became Theatre Royal Plymouth’s first ever Resident Company. This workshops is a fun and creative introduction to The Wrong Crowd’s approach to visual theatre-making, with an emphasis on puppetry. As well as working with some puppets from our recent shows, participants will get the opportunity to make their own puppets out of simple household materials and to learn how to operate them.

The Paper Birds

Devising Theatre & Verbatim Workshop

This session enables participants to explore common devising practices employed by The Paper Birds. Collating and utilising research as verbatim text, the workshop demonstrates how The Paper Birds turn research into practice. Participants will take part in exercises designed to create original material alongside developing skills in several styles of performance including direct address, movement and choreography and creating verbatim characters.

Friday 22nd July

Filter

Theatre Practitioner Workshop

Led by Filter Associate Jonathan Broadbent and musician, Alan Pagan, this workshop will lead you through the various techniques and approaches this unique company use to bring their startling productions to the stage. Please bring a musical instrument if you play one.
Filter’s 12th Night recently played the Lyric stage following a a tour of India and the USA.

Theatre Royal Plymouth Staff Director Lee Hart

Lee Hart has directed numerous productions at Theatre Royal Plymouth over the last two years including Boots at the Door with the Armed Forces Community and In My Dreams I Dream I’m Dreaming with Our Space. Lee will be exploring aspects of his community practice including working with vulnerable participants.

To book please call Oliver on 01752 230 379 or email oliver.bond@theatreroyal.com