Myles Horgan is a full-time lecturer in Creative Theatre for Northampton University. He studied Theatre and Dramatics at Trinity College, Dublin. He holds a Masters Degree in Actor Training and Coaching from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.
Myles Horgan’s film and television credits include: Ken Loach’s The Wind That Shakes The Barley (2006) which was winner of the Palme d’Or; Strength And Honour (2007); When Brendan Met Trudy (1999); The Last September (1999) directed by Deborah Warner.
If you are unable to make a workshop you have booked, we cannot transfer bookings. You must cancel and rebook. If a member is eligible for a refund, you will receive an automated refund into your Actors Centre account. We do not refund onto payment cards or into bank accounts. Any refund will incur a £2.00 administration charge which will be debited from your Actors Centre account.
You can request 100% of the workshop cost refunded to your account, less the £2.00 administration charge, up to two weeks before the event or workshop’s scheduled start date. If you provide less than two weeks’ notice for a cancellation, the below charges will apply.
An 80% refund will be credited to your Actors’ Centre account and can be requested up to two working days (96 hours) before the event or workshop’s scheduled start. No refunds can be processed after this time unless we are able to resell your place from a waiting list.
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