Past workshops

  • 2016 (1/2 day): Michael Chekhov Technique for Theatre Design. Michael Chekhov in the Twenty-First Century: New Pathways. Three day Symposium at Goldsmith’s College, London.
  • 2016 (4 days): Michael Chekhov masterclass. The Street Theatre, Canberra, Australia. Playtext: The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov.
  • 2016 (2 days): Michael Chekhov masterclass. Victoria College of the Arts, Melbourne, Australia. Playtext: The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov.
  • 2016 (1 day). Michael Chekhov masterclass. Australia National University Theatre, Canberra, Australia. Playtext: The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov.
  • 2016 (2 days): Composition and The Actor: What to do About Blocking. Actor’s Centre, London. Playtext: Betrayal by Harold Pinter.
  • 2016 (1 week): Introduction to Michael Chekhov Technique. Dirks Theatre, Macao, China. Playtext: Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov.
  • 2016 (2 days): Michael Chekhov Technique for directors. Regional Theatre Young Director’s Scheme, Newcastle. In collaboration with Curious Monkey. Playtext: Betrayal by Harold Pinter.
  • 2016 (10 weeks): Introduction to Biomechanics. Independent Centre for Actor Training, London.
  • 2015 (2 weeks): Introduction to Michael Chekhov Technique. Academy of the Arts, Iceland.
  • 2015 (1/2 day): Introduction to Michael Chekhov Technique. National Theatre Studio Director’s Programme. Playtext: Blood Wedding.
  • 2015 (2 days): Building a Character. Jerwood Space/Living Pictures. Playtext: Romeo and Juliet.
  • 2015 (2 days): How to be Present 2. Central School of Speech and Drama. Playtext: The Seagull.
  • 2014 (1 day): What is an Actor? Guildford School of Acting, Surrey.
  • 2014 (2 days): How to be Present: The Actor and the Audience. An exploration of Michael Chekhov and Kristin Linklater. With Daron Oram. Actor’s Centre, London. Playtext: The Seagull.
  • 2014 (4 days): An Exploration of Meyerhold’s Biomechanics. Dirks Theatre, Macau, China.
  • 2014 (1 day): Presence and the actor. Florida State University/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training, London campus.
  • 2013 (1 day): Introduction to Michael Chekhov Technique for directors. Sherman Cymru Theatre, Cardiff, Wales. Playtext: Hamlet.
  • 2013 (two days): Image and the actor’s imagination. Actor’s Centre, London. Playtext: Hamlet.
  • 2012 (two days): Exploring Michael Chekhov’s archetype and Stanislavsky’s super-objective. Actor’s Centre, London. Playtext; Othello.
  • 2012 (2 days): Introduction to Michael Chekhov Technique for opera singers, ENO, Operaworks. Playtext: Three Sisters, Chekhov.
  • 2011 (weekend): Introduction to Michael Chekhov Technique for actors and directors, Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff. Playtext: Diary of a Madman, Gogol.
  • 2011 (weekend): Introduction to Michael Chekhov Technique for actors. Actor’s Centre, London.
  • 2011/2012 (two days): Introduction to Biomechanics at Central School of Speech and Drama (London) for students on MA in Actor Coaching.
  • 2010 (weekend): Introduction to Michael Chekhov Technique for actors and directors, Living Pictures, London. Playtext: Blood Wedding, Lorca.
  • 2010 (ten days): Introduction to Michael Chekhov Technique for actors, Living Pictures, London. Playtext: Diary of a Madman, Gogol.
  • 2010 (one week): Michael Chekhov Technique in the devising process at Central School of Speech and Drama (London) for students on MA in Advanced Theatre Practice.
  • 2009 (one week): Introduction to Michael Chekhov Technique at Central School of Speech and Drama (London) for acting teachers and directors. Playtext: Woyzeck, Buchner. Funded by Centre for Excellence in Teacher Training (CETT).
  • 2009: Introduction to Biomechanics for development workshop on Mayakovsky’s The Bedbug at Jerwood Space and Young Vic Theatre (London).
  • 2008 (one week): ‘Presence in Performance,’ a series of master classes for BA and MA students in Dance and Music at Irish World Music Centre, University of Limerick (Ireland).

Community and schools workshops

  • 2009 and 2007 (one week): Maxi Artists Residency at Trinity Special School (Dagenham, London) exploring the cultural traditions, folktales and experiences of the Romany, Jewish, Irish, and Latin American cultures. For special needs children aged 5-17.
  • 2007 (over two months): Lambeth Early Years Artists Residency at Effra Nursery School and Early Years Centre (Brixton, London). Part of Arts Council England’s Three Ways in to Creative Arts Training in the Early Years research project.
  • 2007 (over three months): ‘Artists in Early Years settings,’ mentoring for trainees at Discover Theatre (Stratford, London).
  • 2007 and 2006 (one week): Return to Camden Town Music and Dance Festival, Islington Arts Factory (Holloway, London). For children aged 5-13.
  • 2004 (over three months): Migration Irish Diaspora Artists Residency at Millfields School (Hackney, London). For children aged 8-10.
  • 2004 (one week): Irish Diaspora Mini Artists Residency at Winton Primary School (Islington, London). For children aged 8-10.
  • 2002 (one week): Introduction to Irish Dance for Cultural Cooperation Music Villageat the Museum of London. For children aged 7-13.
  • 2000-2003: Various workshops for children (aged 5-13) at Waterman’s Arts Centre (Kew), Manor House School (Surrey), More House School (Kensington), Connaught House School (Marble Arch), Sheringdale Primary School (Southfields).
  • Various two hour workshops for adults at Art Worldwide’s Feet First Festival (Finsbury Park), Pineapple Studios, (Covent Garden), essexdance (Chelmsford), Dance Base (Edinburgh), ‘Grain de Celte’ Festival (St. Etienne, France).
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