With London attracting an ever increasing number of international actors, the demand for workshops focused on the specific needs of performers whose first language isn’t English and performers new to the country is continuing to grow.
London is a very multicultural city, open to different cultures and background, but like any other place it has its specifics, and it might take time for newcomers to navigate their way within its theatre world. What’s the difference between West End, Off west End and Fringe? Who to contact and how? Which casting websites are worth joining? How about try to produce your own show? And is your English really good enough for castings where you’re just asked to sight read? Is your CV correctly formatted and your headshots right for the UK market?
In order to answer these questions and more we devised a workshop specifically aimed at “unlocking” the secrets of the London acting scene.
We run our PASSPORT LONDON workshop every three months at the ACTORS CENTRE in London.
We’ve also run the workshop on request at universities across the city and private drama schools.
The workshop will be run by Lara Parmiani and Becka McFadden and will also be an opportunity for us to meet new actors and do some practical work.
To book through the Actors Centre, please go to http://actorscentre.co.uk/
If you’re a drama department and would like to discuss a workshop please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org