When? Saturday 30 & Sunday 31 July
What time? 10am - 4pm each day
The Tiny (rehearsal space upstairs)
77-85 Newington Causeway, London SE1 6BD
Google maps link: https://goo.gl/maps/iYuvHjauAjL2
There will be a break of one hour for lunch.
Lunch will not be provided but there are shops and cafes nearby. We suggest you bring your lunch with you each day so you don't have to go out at lunchtime.
How to apply
Please email email@example.com with
- - Your full name
- - Age (14 and 15 year olds will be considered with parent/guardian's permission and a genuine interest in acting)
- - Phone number
- - Emergency Contact (name and phone number)
- - Why you want to do the workshop
You can send this information in an email, or in a video using BSL (if the file is too large, please upload it to youtube or vimeo and send a private link)
Before the workshop, participants will be strongly advised to see our informal, open dress rehearsal performance of People of the Eye, our show which we are taking to Edinburgh Fringe Festival with Northern Stage this year. The performance will be in the evening of Monday 25th July, tickets are free for workshop participants. Info on the show: http://www.thedeafandhearingensemble.com/projects/#/people-of-the-eye/
Who are we?
The Deaf & Hearing Ensemble are are a group of D/deaf and hearing actors, directors, theatre makers, writers, artists, musicians, dancers and all round lovely people coming together to meet each other and tell each other stories. We make live performance using a mix of BSL, Spoken English, projection, movement, mime, music and soundscapes.
We formed in 2013 and consist of experienced freelance theatre practitioners who have been working professionally within the industry with companies such as the National Theatre, the Royal Court, RSC, Birmingham Rep, Bristol Old Vic, Solar Bear, Graeae and Deafinitely Theatre.
As a company, we have worked with The Yard Theatre, The Royal Shakespeare Studio, Northern Stage, Forest Fringe, The Roundhouse, Pulse Festival, Shuffle Festival and Greenwich & Docklands Festival.
We believe in breaking down barriers and pre-conceived perceptions and building bridges. All our work is fully accessible for D/deaf and hearing audiences. All that is heard is seen and all that is seen is heard. We like laughing.
For any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to your applications!