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16 – 21: Acting workshop – Placing Memory

Thu 27 February, 5pm
Running Time: 3 hours

This practical acting workshop led by Death of England Staff Director, Sian Ejiwunmi-Le Berre, will investigate the role of memory in drama. Through solo and group exercises you will explore how memory can be triggered by the senses, deepening the actor’s experience in constructing a character during a performance.

Please note: Death of England contains adult themes and strong language, some of which is racially offensive. If you require further information or would like to chat to a member of the Youth team about this, please email youth@nationaltheatre.org.uk

This workshop is available to 16–21-year-olds
£10 (bursaries are available)
Price includes a ticket
to see Death of England on Wednesday 26 February at 8pm

Bursaries
We would never want cost to prevent anyone from taking part. Full and part-funded bursary places are available. If you would like to apply for one, please fill in this form.

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