Two-hour workshops in our Clore Learning Centre, on any Shakespeare play, tailored to the needs of your students.

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WHAT HAPPENS IN A WORKSHOP

Working as actors and directors, students will explore the plays practically unlocking language and characters as we do in RSC rehearsal rooms. We can tailor the sessions to the play of your choice and the needs of your students, looking at scenes, language, character development and performance techniques.

Each session will be two hours and will be led by an RSC Associate Learning Practitioner who will have first-hand experience of the RSC rehearsal room, working either as an actor, director or voice and text practitioner.

Booking details

Ideal for: Key Stages 2-5

Date: Available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 3 May 2022

Time: 10am-12 midday, 1-3pm or 4-6pm

Venue: Clore Learning Centre, Stratford-upon-Avon

Cost: £200 (maximum 30 students)

For more information about these workshops, please email: learning.boxoffice@rsc.org.uk 

 

 

FAQs

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  • Which plays can you choose from?

  • What is the typical content of a workshop?

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The work of the RSC Learning and National Partnerships department is generously supported by Paul Hamlyn Foundation, The Clore Duffield Foundation, The 29th May 1961 Charitable Trust, GRoW @ Annenberg, The Polonsky Foundation, Stratford Town Trust, The Goldsmiths’ Company Charity, Teale Charitable Trust, The Grimmitt Trust and Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.

 

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