Monthly, Sep - Dec 2022

£40 or 4 classes for £140
Dates

Sunday 25 September 2022 
Sunday 23 October 2022
Sunday 20 November 2022
Sunday 11 December 2022

Time

10am - 3pm

Tickets

£40 per session or all 4 classes for £140

Category

Theatre & Performance

Space

Large Committee Room

Theatre Re's monthly Sunday professional classes are back!

Rooted in Etienne Decroux's Corporeal Mime, each session will focus on specific aspects from Theatre Re's training and creative process.

Whether you are a seasoned professional performer wanting to enhance your physical presence and the specificity of your actions on stage, a theatre newcomer looking for a specific technique to ground your explorations, or an artist in need of a fresh approach to making, all participants will develop their skills and creativity in an open, playful and generous environment.

We will warm-up, play games, develop our physical technique, work on figures and pieces of repertoire, improvise and make. Sessions will be led by Guillaume Pigé (Theatre Re Director and RADA Associate Teacher) along with members from the Theatre Re core team.

“Theatre Re excels at transforming small, intimate stories into whirling, viscerally physical extravagance” - What’s On Stage

Ticket Offer: Book 4 sessions and save £20. Just add tickets to your basket, sign into your account, and the discount is applied automatically.

Sessions will run from 10am to 3pm (with a 30-minute lunch break).

No previous experience in Corporeal Mime is needed to join, only your curiosity, playfulness and desire to learn!

Any questions please get in touch at: theatrere.participation@gmail.com

Come and get your monthly Theatre Re fix!

Covid-19 Safety Measures

We will be taking extra precautions to ensure the safety of everyone in the building. Whilst at the Town Hall you must abide by all Covid-19 Safety Measures in place, which you can find here.

About Theatre Re

Theatre Re is one of the UK’s leading visual theatre companies. Their work combines original live music with striking visual theatre to create world class, deeply moving non-verbal productions about universal human challenges and the fragility of life. They engage with audiences locally, nationally and internationally to create, share and promote life-changing theatre that is both inventive and accessible through cross-arts and cross-sector collaboration.

They are an artist-led company based at The Point in Eastleigh with a strong 11-year track record: six mid-scale productions, extensive touring in the UK (78 venues in 44 cities) and internationally (15 countries across 3 continents) - including a Broadway transfer, international licensing of their repertoire and sold-out runs at the Hong Kong Arts Festival, the Cerventino Festival (Mexico), and London International Mime Festival.

Their training programme is in high demand across world with long-term partners such the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre. Partnerships with community organisations throughout the creation process and while on tour are central to their work.

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