A one-day communication training and development course that explores how participants present themselves and the effect that they have on other people.
A one-day communication training and development course that explores influencing colleagues and clients in meetings where time is short and the stakes are high.
Peter Pan arrived on stage at Christmas in 1904. Since then classic and contemporary fiction for children has increasingly been dramatised on stage and on screen.
2pm, Thursday 16 January
Find out what stimulates devised theatre and how professional companies find the appropriate means of expression for their ideas.
A conference-style event for sixth form drama and English literature students.
Learn how the National’s team of make-up artists, costume and wigmakers work to realise a designer’s vision for a character
This two-day course for drama teachers will introduce a series of practical techniques and exercises that you can use to invigorate the theatre-making process with your students
An in-depth introduction to King Lear led by Dr Abigail Rokison (University of Birmingham) with members of the NT company.
2pm, Monday 24 February
National Theatre technicians will introduce the basics of lighting and sound design and operation, exploring how these elements contribute to the Director’s vision for a production.
This in-depth workshop, led by the production’s Staff Director, explores Shelagh Delaney’s script and the process of bringing the play to the stage, focusing on how Director Bijan Sheibani, the actors and creative team have interpreted the script and realised it for performance
In this course for drama teachers, NT practitioners draw on recent productions and the NT Archive to explore the process of creating and performing Verbatim theatre.