Sat 4 & Sun 5 February 2023


Saturday 4 & Sunday 5 February 2023


11am - 6pm each day


£150 (£130 concessions)


Workshops & Learning


Assembly Hall

Looking to get an insight into new ways of making theatre? Join The PappyShow for a practical 2-day weekend workshop exploring their approach to creating and devising work.

When you use your voice and lived experience to create, you are giving the world a gift that only you can give. So celebrate yourself and your ability to create something beautiful and unique. The approach centres Joy and Play, thinking specifically about carving out spaces to lean into these experiences.

Through this workshop weekend, you will gain a better understanding of how these approaches can be used to improve your own work and movement experiences.

This workshop is suitable for all levels. No previous theatre-making/performing experience necessary. Performers, Directors, Teachers, Makers, Dancers, Writers, Devisors, Movement Directors and those curious to start creating.

This is a fantastic opportunity to learn from a company who are at the forefront of physical theatre and collaborative work, thinking carefully about the stories we tell and how we tell them.

The PappyShow is a playful, physical and visual ensemble theatre company. Formed in January 2013 by Kane Husbands in order to provide a much-needed space for actors to train in physical theatre. We use exercise and training to devise and create work. We are a diverse company and difference and diversity are the cornerstones to our work and process. We work with actors, dancers, movers and non-performers, but we only ever expect you to be yourself - we are just US. We believe that having a space to play, devise and fail improves us as people and we use a physical and therapeutic approach to create our work.

Workshop bookers can find our refund policy here. A refund will be offered should you test positive for COVID-19 and contact the venue in advance of the workshop.

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.

Also part of London International Mime Festival