Acting Course

ACTING COURSE: Cohort 2. October 2018 – April 2019

Applications are now open for our Acting Course in partnership with RADA, Young & Talented and Guildhall. This course is for the ambitious and curious aged 17 -24 and is most suitable for those wanting to take their acting to the next level.

Criteria for applicants

  • Aged 17 – 24
  • Some previous acting experience
  • Interested in formal actor training and/or securing professional work
  • Eager and hungry to learn
  • A professional attitude

The Course structure: The course is a series of masterclass workshops with Suzann McLean (Founder and Artistic Director of Young and Talented), guest tutors from RADA, Guildhall and other theatre professionals that can connect you to the industry. In addition, there will be theatre visits, conversations with actors, directors and a chance to get some new headshots. The course culminates in a showcase of students’ work at RADA for an audience of professional directors, agents, friends and family.

Students meet Fridays 7pm -9.30pm at Stratford East (course dates 26 Oct 2018 - 29 Mar 2019).

TO APPLY: Please download and complete this APPLICATION FORM and send to Darnell Shakespeare along with your most recent headshot. Application deadline Fri 21 Sep 2018. Auditions will be held on Fri 5 Oct 2018. Course fee: £150

If you have any questions regarding our Acting Course then please do get in touch.

E dshakespeare@stratfordeast.com
T 020 8279 1107


Actors Course - Cohort 1

Thank you so much! Never EVER would have happened without the course and all your love and support and kindness - you guys kept me going and I am so grateful! - Libby

It was refreshing to be in an environment where the people represent such a diverse range of cultures and backgrounds. The best. - Adrian

Drama school no longer feels like an intangible, intimidating thing but something that, with hard work, drive and talent, could be very achievable. - Yasmin

 

 

 

  

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