Approaches to Physicalising Character

Dance Space, The Island, Bridewell Street Entrance, Bristol, BS1 2LE

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Saturday 15 April 2017 – Sunday 16 April 2017
11am - 1.30pm
Admission Fee: £10
Booking recommended
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Approaches to Physicalising Character

…from the somatic to the theatrical.

The flummery room is a space for artistic exchange, physical training, improvisation and performance practise in Bristol.

This  workshop will include a rich mix of individual and collective movement training using improvisation and a broad range of performance styles and techniques.   Through a progressive layering of elements we move into a more open structure of guided improvisations and performance practise. Each session has a specific focus or theme.

Dates: 15th, 16th April

Cost: £10 for one day or £15 for two sessions. 

Time: 11- 1.30pm

Brenda Waite is a performance practitioner, teacher and movement director based in Bristol. Improvisation and play are central to her practise both as a creative tool, practical research and performance mode. She has worked professionally in Europe and Australia for over 20 years, creating and performing works for theatres, festivals, galleries and public spaces.

Brenda participates in ongoing movement studies, research and her methodology is often a fusion of a broad range of physical languages and styles.

For more information about The Flummery Room .

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