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Everyman Theatre Actor's Lab

The Actors' Lab

In 2017 the Actors' Lab will celebrate its 15th anniversary. Formed by the Everyman Theatre in collaboration with Equity/TUC in 2002, it is currently overseen by the Everyman's Creative Director, Paul Milton (website). Designed to provide ongoing training and development for professional performers, it's also an opportunity to network with fellow actors, directors, casting directors and agents. It is open to Equity members/professional performers based in the Midlands and South West of England.

The Actors' Lab AUTUMN 2019

Saturday 14th September 10am - 4pm 

IN YOUR OWN WAY WORKSHOP WITH JEREMY STOCKWELL
This new and intensive day-long workshop, specifically designed for actors and theatre practitioners at the Everyman Theatre will help you open up your creative faculties, develop new skills and techniques, heighten confidence, let go of nerves, anxiety, and old habits that may be holding you back. It will also help you increase your potential and improve you chances of personal and professional success.

Please bring a light heart, an open mind, and leave what you think you know at the door.

Please wear loose comfortable clothes you can move freely about in, and be prepared to work without shoes. Video, audio or other recording is not permitted.

The workshop runs 10am - 4pm with a lunch break. Tea breaks are not scheduled and would occur if/when necessary.
Jeremy Stockwell is a theatre maker and actor. He is a long-standing tutor and director at RADA, and performance coach for the BBC. He currently appears in the hit BBC Radio comedy series How To Burn A Million Quid. On tour he plays Spike Milligan in A Sockful of Custard which he wrote with Chris Larner. He also plays Ken Campbell opposite Terry Johnson in his show KEN. He has just finished filming an adaptation of Gogol's The Overcoat in which he plays the lead - in cinemas from December. Jeremy recently played Vladimir in Waiting for Godot at the Everyman Theatre, opposite Tweedy the Clown, and directed by Paul Milton.



Please phone Box Office to book – 01242 572573

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