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Sun 05 DecStart times are 10:00 and 11:15 and 12:45 and 14:00 and 15:15
Shakespeare Monologue CoachingLocation: TS2 (Alexander Building, Thornlea, New North Rd.)
Postcode: EX4 4LA Show on Map
Book a 60 minute time slot, and we will get in touch with you by email. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
- 'The facilitators were excellent - approachable, willing to answer questions, skilled and engaging'
- 'I came in really nervous but from the first minute to the last of the workshop I had such a lovely time'
- 'Amazing experience, I found the techniques that were introduced very helpful. Can't wait to try them out more!'
Melissa Barrett and David Johnson are the Artistic Directors/Actor Managers of Sun & Moon Theatre. They have extensive experience as actors, directors and producers in Shakespearean theatre in addition to coaching and delivering workshops.
Wed 02 FebStart time: 14:00
Workshop: Why Join a Union? Equity in the Creative IndustriesLocation: TS1 (Alexander Building, Thornlea, New North Rd.)
Postcode: EX4 4LA Show on Map
Join a union because of who we are, together; not just because of what you do.
Simon Curtis, Equity's Regional Official for South West England, joins us for an informative Q&A session for those contemplating a career as a performer or creative practitioner within the creative industries. You can learn more about the benefits of Equity membership, your workplace rights and what Equity's role is within the sector.
Equity is a union of more than 47,000 members, united in the fight for fair terms and conditions in the workplace. Our members are actors, singers, dancers, designers, directors, stage managers, puppeteers, comedians, voice artists, and variety performers. They work on stage, on TV sets, on the catwalk, in film studios, in recording studios, in night clubs and in circus tents.
Equity brings together entertainment professionals and ensures their demands are heard: whether these are for decent pay, better health and safety regulations, or more opportunities for all - regardless of class, age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion and belief, sex and sexual orientation. Even when our members perform solo, they are not alone. They are always part of the Equity community.
Simon Curtis is the Equity National and Regional Official for Wales and South West England.
Following an almost 20 years as a professional performer Simon moved to become an industrial official with the union. His role at Equity covers industrial negotiations in television and theatre, political lobbying, legal casework and engaging with members and non-members in both work venues and educational institutions.