Full Day Workshops

Our adult programme aims to give our audiences added insight into the process behind each main stage show. Our programme provides a range of practical workshops with different practices to suit each show such as directing, acting, devising, creative writing and musical direction. These classes are ideal for theatre enthusiasts and we welcome people of all skill levels, abilities and experience.

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FULL DAY WORKSHOPS
Suitable for all ages 14+
All workshops run on Saturdays from 10am – 4.30pm
£50 (£30 concessions) per Workshop

Twelfth Night: Directing Shakespeare
22 September 2018

Scared of tackling Shakespeare? Interested in finding out the role of a Director? Then come along to our Directing Shakespeare workshop with one of our professional Directors accompanied by a professional actor.  This workshop will give participants an insight into the directorial decisions and concepts behind our production of Twelfth Night.

Wendy and Peter Pan: Pixie Dust Storytelling
17 November 2018

Come and explore the world of J.M Barrie’s most famous story, Peter Pan in this creative writing and storytelling workshop. Learn about playwright Ella Hickson’s adaptation of the classic fairytale and our Christmas production. “With faith, trust and a pixie dust” participants will get the opportunity to let their own stories and creative writing flourish.

Local Hero: Musical Direction
30 March 2019

Music has become a key part of Lyceum productions over the past few seasons, so join one of our musical theatre professionals to explore how music is used within theatre.  Participants will explore key music ideas within contemporary theatre and the growing trend of actor-musicians. This workshop will also offer an insight into our World Premiere production of Local Hero. This workshop is designed to suit everyone, from people with very little musical experience, to those with a good knowledge of music.

The Duchess [of Malfi]: Renaissance to Modern Day Dramaturgy
1 June 2019

Are you interested in historical time periods within theatre? Then why not come along to our Dramaturgy Master Class based on our production of The Duchess (of Malfi) written and directed by Zinnie Harris. Dramaturgy is the study of theatrical concepts within plays and on the stage. Explore the world of Renaissance theatre and how that can be transformed for a modern day audience.