Working from home opportunity!
The Actors Centre — the UK's leading professional development organisation, supporting actors and creative talent throughout their careers — is issuing a call-out for experienced, diverse and dynamic practitioners who are interested in leading a workshop/session for professional actors/artists/creative practitioners on behalf of the organisation.
We are looking for inspiring workshops/sessions across a range of artistic disciplines that might include the following elements:
- A performative element
- A participative element to provide tools and take home tips
- A reflective element
- Openness to questions from participants
Due to the ongoing pandemic, all workshops/sessions will be facilitated online, delivered through Zoom. Throughout 2020, we have operated the majority of our creative programmes online, and as such have been able to reach further into areas of the UK, and internationally that historically we have not. This also means that should you be based outside of London, this is the ideal time to get in touch, and start a relationship.
Get in Touch
If you are interested in collaborating with The Actors Centre on our online programme, please send a copy of your CV/Bio, an outline of your ideas for sessions/collaboration and any links you may have to previous work (though this is not essential) to Programme Coordinator, Beatrice Young: [email protected]. At this stage, your workshop/session does not need to be fully outlined in terms of timings and structure and we are open to listening to you, the practitioner, on how best we can help facilitate your idea. We look forward to hearing from you!
About The Actors Centre
Established in 1978, The Actors Centre is the UK’s leading professional development organisation, supporting actors/creatives throughout their careers. Through an unrivalled programme of diverse workshops, masterclasses and talks — led by distinguished practitioners — The Actors Centre provides an essential space for artists to develop, to share, to create.
The Actors Centre is also home to the Tristan Bates Theatre. As the Centre’s flagship venue, the Tristan Bates Theatre champions new writing and presents a year-round programme of work from emerging and established artists as well as world-renowned theatre companies.
The Actors Centre operates out of its own building in Covent Garden in the heart of the West End, London and is made up of several workshop/rehearsal spaces, the Tristan Bates Theatre, and the John Thaw Studio Theatre.
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