The Gonsalves Method, was developed by the incredible actor and director Aileen Gonsalves and is inspired by Sanford Meisner’s work. Cause and effect was something that Meisner believed in, one of his most famous quotes being “you can’t say ouch until you’ve been pinched” - acting is reacting.

Working with The Gonsalves Method transformed Gabi’s perspective and acting entirely, and she is exhilarated to be teaching the REP company this simple, methodical step-by-step approach that hones intention and trains attention.

She further explains that it helps prepare the actor effectively to be present and guarantees increased authentic connection between the actors and their audience every time.'

Date: 23rd March 2024, from 10am - 1pm

The cost of this ticket minus fees will be refunded to you on attendance at the workshop, or if your place is cancelled with 24 hours or more notice. In the case of a late cancellation or a no-show, the ticket cost will not be refunded.

Yoga is a vital tool to the actor who is looking to connect to their work in an integrated and holistic way.

The session will give an introduction to the physical practice of Asana yoga, whilst also looking to connect you to the power of mindfulness and meditation.

Date and time: Saturday 2nd March 2024, 10am to 12pm

The cost of this ticket minus fees will be refunded to you on arrival at the workshop.

The London School of Musical Theatre (LSMT) offers a one-year, full-time course, designed for those who wish to realise their full potential as musical theatre performers.

Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Scholarship will be awarded by the School as part of the audition/selection process on the combined basis of merit and financial need. The Scholarship will cover course fees only and will be reviewed on an annual basis. 

The Royal College of Music (RCM) is excited to be launching RCM Youth Brass, a brand-new course welcoming young brass players to the RCM for practical workshops and coaching with RCM professors and musicians.

Led by Amos Miller, Head of Brass at the RCM, participants will take part in workshops exploring special arrangements of repertoire from around the world. The project culminates in an ensemble performance in the Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall plus the chance to hear prize winning Royal College of Music players.

Dates and Times: Saturday 13 & Sunday 14 April 10am – 2pm & Monday 15 April 5pm – 8.30pm

A programme for exceptional musicians facing financial barriers, to support their postgraduate study at the world’s leading conservatoires.

The LSO Conservatoire Scholarships programme is a ground-breaking initiative that aims to ensure that musicians from all backgrounds have access to conservatoire training and reduce barriers to entering the profession.

Such barriers include high tuition and maintenance costs. These Scholarships of £15,000 per academic year will allow recipients to focus fully on their studies during a critical time in their education, whilst benefiting from additional support and mentoring from the LSO’s own renowned musicians.

In its 14th year, the leading international songwriting competition for 8-22 year olds.

The Young Songwriter Competition is for both aspiring young songwriters who already have some experience as well as young people who want to write their first song.

SAYS24 has 7 categories for young people worldwide: UK/Ireland 8-12 year olds, UK/Ireland 13-15 year olds, UK/Ireland 16-18 year olds, UK/Ireland 19-22, International 8-12 year olds, International 13-18 year olds and International 19-22 year olds.

Entries to the competition can be submitted individually or in collaboration with friends, school class or family. You can enter up to 5 individual songs and up to 5 songs written by a group. Each song entry costs £10 (to cover judging and admin costs) – please submit a separate entry form for each song.

The lyrics & music must be the entrants own original work. Copyright of each song entry remains with the entrant. NB You don’t need studio recordings of your songs, home recordings are absolutely fine!

Calling all adults with learning disabilities and autism!

Immerse yourself in a world of performing arts at our One Day Courses Open Day on 13 March. Whether you're a beginner or have some experience, our range of theatre, dance, and music courses has something for everyone.

Join us to:

To book your place, email us.

An introduction to Unarmed Stage Combat!

Come and learn the basics of slapping, punching, pushing and kicking and most importantly some of the magic tricks that will make an audience gasp and wince, whilst keeping each other safe.

Follow the link below to reserve your space and pay the £2 deposit - this will be refunded back to you on attendance at the workshop.

Hosted at Riverside Studios, Hammersmith on Saturday, February 24 from 10am to 1pm.

The Italia Conti BA (Hons) Professional Arts Practice (One-Year Online Top Up) is an innovative, unique, industry-leading programme.

The programme is designed to be completed entirely through distance learning, to fit around your schedule. Aimed at those who have completed their performing arts training, and may have already worked in the industry, the course is designed to help you reflect upon your journey to this point, research the avenues you wish to pursue next, and bridge the gap to take the next steps on your career journey. Through a wide variety of online resources, live and recorded webinars, group and individual tutorials, presentations, film creation, research projects and written work, you will deeply evaluate your own professional practice and personal qualities and attributes, extensively consider and research an area of the performing arts industry that interests you, and prepare a professional project that moves you towards that goal, through either the creation of a professional portfolio, an action research project or a written dissertation.

The programme focuses on you and your personal and professional development, training you in the reflective and research skills required to get you from where you are to where you want to be. We teach you how to critically reflect upon your life and work experience to date, intensively research the options you’re interested in pursuing and help you bridge the gap between where you are and where you wish to go next.

Join us on 5 March for our Performance Academy Open Day, where the spotlight is on you! Dive into a day filled with vibrant theatre, dance, and music workshops specially designed for adults with learning disabilities and autism.

Led by our talented tutors, this inclusive event promises a day of artistic exploration and fun. This is the perfect opportunity to explore Performance Academy, especially if you plan to apply for the course.

Here's what you can expect:

To secure your spot, shoot us an email.

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