StageScreen Classes Registering for Autumn

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StageScreen Classes are now registering for their Autumn Diploma Courses. You can train for an internationally recognised qualification in teaching drama or acting with some of the top UK colleges and exam boards. This diploma course includes improvisation and stage craft, mime and movement, Chekhov, acting to camera and an audition workshop with Louise Kiely Casting. The course builds to an end-of-year showcase in a city theatre. Entry is by Zoom audition only. Get in touch by calling 0861607565 or messaging StageScreen Classes here.

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The Acting Diploma

This course is delivered with Trinity College London and contains a practical exam where students prepare a selection of pieces including poems, monologues and various texts from different times. The exam also includes theory, a presentation and improvisation. Read more here.

The Teaching Diploma

This diploma is taken with London College of Music and Drama. In addition to the classes above, the teaching students are required to prepare and deliver classes periodically throughout the academic year. These classes are supplied. They are also required to complete a short thesis on a subject of their choosing with regards to an aspect of teaching speech and drama. Read more here.

Filmmaking For Adults

A unique exciting seven week part-time course that covers all aspects of filmmaking. Tutors are working industry professionals including director Conor Armstrong Sanfey (LIFT), screenwriter and novelist Kealan Ryan (The Middle Place) and director of photography Peter Cutler amongst others. Each class will write, direct and produce their own short film/s. Strictly limited numbers to ensure enough one to one attention. Read more here.

Whats unique about your courses?

“I feel it’s important to study both theatre and film. So the diploma courses cover both aspects of acting. We introduce students to a number of styles and techniques of acting. Visiting tutors are working industry professionals who are specialised in their area. Class numbers are kept small to ensure enough one to one attention, development and practice.”
– Conor Armstrong Sanfey, Course Designer


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