Just starting rehearsals for a new production? Why not benefit from Tagora’s latest workshop, to be held on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 June?
Entitled “Approaching a Role”, it will offer guidance in the development and portrayal of character as well as associated technical skills such as voice work and movement. The workshops will be divided into two groups of no more than 12 participants and consist of two sessions of two and half hours each – a total of five hours.
The fee will be €50.
Louise Palmer says
I’m delighted to say that we have secured the services of Niall Costigan, Theatre Workshop Director at the York Theatre Royal.
Niall is a professional actor, director, workshop leader and acting coach.
He has worked extensively in theatre, film and television for more than 20 years and is looking forward to sharing his theatrical experience and knowledge with Tagora.
Niall’s acting TV credits include Coronation Street, The Rising, Casualty, Emmerdale and Vera. On stage he’s appeared in Macbeth, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Tempest and Henry V for The Rose Theatre; The Gaul at Hull Truck; and Bedroom Farce at Salisbury Playhouse, amongst many others. He has just finished filming Starve Acre, a feature film for the BBC, with Matt Smith and Morfydd Clark.
To be sure of a place on this exceptional course sign up now by contacting Tagora, indicating your preference:
- Group A (Saturday and Sunday mornings, 10:30–13:00); or
- Group B (Saturday and Sunday afternoons, 14:30–17:00).
He’s great! Simon and I learnt so much from his session on Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge.