Time: Wednesday evenings 7.00pm – 9.00pm

Date: Term 1 – Wednesday 16th September – Wednesday 25th November (no session on 4th November)

Term 2 – Wednesday 13th January – Wednesday 16th March

Term 3 – Wednesday 20th April – Wednesday 22nd June

(This is a three-term course although newcomers are very welcome to join at the start of any term.)

Cost: £100 per term (10 Sessions)

Participants must be over 18 years of age. For those under 18, please see our youth theatre page.


The introduction to acting course offers a thorough, practical introduction to acting in an enjoyable and supportive environment. Each class provides the opportunity to develop new acting skills, meet and work with like-minded people and – more importantly – have fun! The classes are ideal for those with little or no acting experience, providing the chance to explore acting techniques in a playful and practical way while learning to be part of an ensemble.

The course will be led by our expert facilitators who have a vast amount of professional experience within the industry. They will support you in your learning experience in order to develop your skills in a way that best suits you.

If you haven’t been on stage since school or have always held a secret dramatic desire, this course is the perfect place for you to give acting a whirl.

Topics covered generally include:

Using environment, character and objectives to explore text.
Freeing emotion and finding connection with other actors.
Exploring the use of the voice and body in acting.
Finding the playfulness and fun in performing.
Building confidence for performance.
Rehearsing a scene from a play.
Being truthful in imaginary circumstances.
You will receive constructive feedback throughout.
Click the button to book or phone 0121 212 2643. Term 3 – 20th April – 22nd June. Full price – £100.

To contact us for more information, please click here.

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