Dramatis short courses for adults (aged 18 to 80) are designed for those who want to learn a new skill in a friendly environment and see a tangible outcome from their efforts but who don’t want to commit to a permanent new hobby.
Recording for Radio: The Things We Do For Love (BOGNOR REGIS)
This low pressure course will culminate in pupils recording excerpts of an audio play by Alan Ayckbourn (The Things We Do For Love).
17th, 24th September
1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd October
5th, 12th, November
19th November (Recording)
26th November (Playback)
7.00pm to 8.30pm
The Regis Centre, Belmont Street, Bognor Regis
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Recording for Radio: Neighbourhood Watch (CHICHESTER)
This low pressure course will culminate in pupils recording excerpts of an audio play by Alan Ayckbourn (Neighbourhood Watch).
14th, 21st, 28th September
5th, 12th, 19th October
2nd, 9th, November
16th November (Recording)
23rd November (Playback)
7.30pm to 9.00pm
The Lodge, Keepers Green, Graylingwell Drive, Chichester, PO19 6GU
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These 10 week courses cost £100 but we are running the below two offers that mean you can save!
Share our Dramatis advert on your Facebook page (tagging in 3 friends who might be interested in coming along) and enjoy a discounted rate of £80.
Introduce a friend (who pays for the full 10 week course) and get the full 10 week course free for yourself! It’s up to you if you then split that cost with your friend 😉
Please note, in event of Covid restrictions, these courses will continue online (we will not be able to refund money).
It Takes Two; an acting for radio course (Winter/Spring 2020)
During this 12 week course, pupils learnt how to act for radio. They learnt how the voice works, how to build a character and read and recorded two-hander scenes. By the end of the course, they had their very own CD and downloadable copy to play back to family and friends.
Putting on the Skits (Autumn/Winter 2019)
Over this 10 week low pressure drama course, students worked on creating their own comedy skit or scene. They learnt the art of comic timing and played around with various comic scenes; from Little Britain to The Two Ronnies. The course finished with a performance of a rehearsed reading to a local residential home.
Making a Radio Play (Summer 2019)
During this 10 week acting course, attendees learnt how to put on a radio play. Working in partnership with Radio Respect, this course explored the basics of radio acting, voice work, script interpretation and character building. The course culminated in a show which was broadcast on internet radio. There was no need to learn lines, no pressure of a stage and attendees got their own downloadable copy of the radio play to keep.