Creativity Through Acting

Creativity through Acting

6 week Online Course:

Mondays 7pm-9pm

20th Apr - 25th May 2020

via Zoom

This is a strange time where we work and communicate through screens.

We need to get some new skills quickly and one of them is being more comfortable in front of a camera, using zoom and being able to express ourselves via a screen.

This online course is designed to do that using fun tools from the world of acting and performance.

You will be connecting and playing with a group of adults via zoom and find your voice and creativity in that format and with a new group of lovely people.

The course is great for people who want to be more comfortable in front of the camera.

This is a very practical and active course.

In the 6 weeks you will:

- Explore and practice new ways to be creative

- Come out of your comfort zone

- Express yourself better and more freely

- Connect with others

- Play and make new friends.


You will get to:

- Perform every week

- Create material on your own and in a group

- Work with your body and with your imagination

- Tell stories and make characters up

- Feel like you’ve left the house for a bit.


*The course is open to all levels*

No acting or theatre experience is needed.

Only a desire to play and be creative.

Book this course now

- Special lockdown prices - 

Regular price £150

Lockdown price £95

Early Bird price £85

(until the 14/4/20) 

2 installments (Early Bird)

£44 x 2



Mondays 7pm-9pm

20th Apr - 25th May 2020

How to Access

The sessions are run in a virtual room via zoom.

When you sign up you will be sent a unique access link.

All you need is a smartphone or computer with a camera and microphone.

For any questions email us.


Who's teaching?

​Hi, I'm Gloria Sanders

One of my first experiences of theatre was as a child playing various different animals in The Wind in the Willows, and ever since becoming a hedgehog I’ve never wanted to do anything else (other than work in theatre, that is, not stay a hedgehog forever…)

After training professionally I’ve played fewer animals and spent a lot of my time playing with words, props, and spaces, as well as creating work with other performers.

Tal and I made a show together called The Clock.

I loved working on it by ‘cheating’ our creative doubts and making room for playful inspiration.