The venue has now been changed to St John's Church, Notting Hill, W11 2NN.
Have you ever thought about acting? Do you have a tendency to express yourself through movement?
Whether you've attended theatre school, attempted to cry on call in front of the mirror, or have no experience whatsoever (but just want a new experience), come and join us for two FREE sessions of relaxed fun and explore the concept of identity through movement performance. Just 1 out of 5 workshops we are delivering in the Festival of Philippine Culture & Heritage to educate, inspire and bring young people of Filipino descent together.
The class will be facilitated by Movement Director, Chi-San Howard. She has been involved in numerous productions including Great Expectations, A Midsummer Night's Dream and Little Red Riding Hood. From classical ballet and musical theatre, to traditional Filipino folk dance, Chi-San has a wide skillset from which to draw from. She also has experience with RADA's Youth Theatre and then the National Youth Theatre, where she became a member of their Associate Artists Training Scheme.
The workshop will teach you elements of movement, which you can incorporate into your own short physical theatre piece.
For the chance to win a prize, you can take the skills and inspiration from this workshop to the end of year showcase exhibition in December! More information will be disclosed closer to the time.
*The space we have allocated is conveniently close to Seven Sisters and Tottenaham Hale tube stations on the Victoria line.
**Due to the limited charitable aims of Kanlungan, priority places on this workshop will be given to young Filipino migrants, or descendants of Filipino migrants. Please bare this in mind as places are limited.
Other workshops in the series include: