Molly Roberts, AC member, actor and artistic director, shares insight on the ins and outs of starting your own theatre company Read More
An important (and exciting!) announcement from Actors Centre Cheif Executive Louise Coles...Read More
Actress, producer and voiceover artist Lara Parmiani has graced cartoons, documentarys and television shows all over Europe and the US with her distinctive, warm and smiley tones since the early 90's, as well as holding her one-to-one voiceover sessions at the Actors Centre. A firm favourite with the membership, we asked her to contribute to the AC tutors blog and answer that question every actor asks themselves "Do I have the right voice to work in voiceovers?" Read More
For the first time in our 30 year history we are offering all 2012 Graduates of NCTD accredited three year BA acting degrees and two year acting diplomas, four months complimentary Actors Centre Membership...Read More
Actors Re-, the resident Actors Centre choir, are seeking more male voices, of all ages, to join their group. They are a choir composed of 20-30 actors all of whom enjoy singing all types of music and are led by fabulous musical director Richard Link....Read More
The Actors Centre's theatre space, the Tristan Bates Theatre, is an incredible resource for the Membership, both to see new works of theatre at a discounted price and as a venue for their own work. The TBT's creative producers are starting a new initative where Members looking to produce shows will have discounted access to the space. We'll also be putting on a Q and A session...Read More
The Actors Centre is delighted to announce that applications are now being accepted for The Alan Bates Bursary 2012. Read More
It’s that time again! Put your theatrical thinking caps on, settle into the Greenroom and enjoy the West End’s one and only Actors pub quiz. With picture round, music round and general knowledge section, as well as the usual film, TV and theatre trivia! Read More
Led by Barney Norris and Alice Hamilton.
Alice and Barney, co-artistic directors of Up In Arms theatre company and director and writer of MISSING, which runs at the Tristan Bates Theatre from 31 January - 25 February, lead a practical workshop exploring the processes of developing a new play for the stage.
Every Friday since the spring, between 6 and 7.30pm, a group of actors has been meeting at the Actors Centre to make sweet vocal music.
Actors Re-Choired are now looking for between 5 -10 new male and female members to bring the number of the choir up to 25.