Saturday 18th October. 

Introduction to True Storytelling: Creating & Telling a Captivating Story

Time: 12:30 – 4:30pm.

Tickets: £25.00

We all love to spin a good yarn, but sometimes talking about ourselves and the things we’ve done feels harder. We question ourselves: “Do I have a story to tell or just a bunch of anecdotes?”, “why would anything I’ve done be interesting to someone else?” or “I don’t really know what my story is even about?”.

It is these questions and more that we will explore in this fun, supportive and experiential workshop: we will share stories, play games and help craft moments from your life into captivating true stories. We’ll work with structure, performance, voice and other storytelling techniques in small groups where you will connect with others and share experiences with lots of feedback and support.

Everyone will leave having created and performed their own 2-3 minute story.


Sunday 14th June. Time: 3:00pm. Tickets: £25.00

An afternoon course which covers the basics of creating a comedy character from scratch using discussion, theory, gamesand personal development through performance. This course is focused on script writing and performing your own comic characters. The course is taught in a supportive, relaxed manner which encourages students to gently take the leap into performing and developing their own comic creations, and identifying their own personal comic voice. We’ll cover areas such as physicality, clowning, the voice, improvisation and play, scripting, monologue structure and audience interaction. Plus tips on handling nerves, learning lines and avoiding common mistakes!

Taught by: Anna Morris (Anna Morris is a multi-talented actress, comedian and writer. She has written for the Paul O’Grady Show, appeared in Outnumbered (BBC1) and Bad Bridesmaids (ITV3) and created and starred in the viral hit Georgina’s Wedding Blogs