Encore is a one-year practical intermediate course designed to allow participants to develop their acting skills in a fun and focused environment and who want to take their learning to the next level.
In order to particiate, applicants will either have already taken part in our beginners’ Acting For All class or have the appropriate theatre experience. There are two entry points in September 2019 and January 2020.
During the course we will develop essential acting skills and introduce members to a number of specific theatrical techniques and theories.
There are practical and engaging workshops on Stanislavski, Brecht, TV and film acting, radio acting, Shakespeare, as well as a host of others!
We will concentrate on uniting these skills to work towards an end of year summer showcase. Past members have gone on to be successful in becoming Acting Members of The Questors Theatre and to participate in productions.
Encore will be led by Francesca McInally. Francesca trained at East 15 Acting School, The Questors Theatre and in the Meisner Technique with Scott Williams at The Impulse Company. She has worked professionally as an actress, director and facilitator and currently works for the Guildford Shakespeare Company, directing their TIE shows and leading their Brave New World outreach programme.Dates and Times
Friday evenings 8.00 – 10.00 pm.
Autumn Term: 4 October to 13 December 2019
Spring Term: 10 January to 20 March 2020
Summer Term: 24 April to 7 July 2020
There will be no half term breaksFees
£105 for Questors members, £155 for non-membersApplications
Encore is open to anyone over the age of 18 who has completed Acting For All or who can demonstrate suitable theatre experience. Please note that anyone whose first language is not English will need to be sufficiently fluent in English to speak and understand during classes.
Please note that
this is a popular course so places will be allocated on a first-come,
first-served basis. Booking goes through our box office system and
therefore it will state 'book a ticket' and not 'book a place'.