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  • Sunday 28 November
    11am - 6pm

    with Sarah Kane and Anna Barkan

    Starting in October 2021, and concluding in July 2022, this is a part-time artistic exploration of Michael Chekhov’s approach to acting and theatre for actors/performers over nine individual days. It takes place monthly on Sundays, 11 am - 6 pm. The nine sessions introduce participants to the strongly creative and imaginative  techniques developed by Russian actor Michael Chekhov in the last century, their purpose
    to inspire and empower actors for their work. They have been growing in popularity in the UK since the 1990s. Themes addressed include atmospheres, psychological gesture and creating character.

    It is possible to participate in one workshop to get to know the approach. To acquire an overview, it is recommended to join the whole sequence of Sundays.
    Workshop fees:
    1 workshop £45
    3 workshops £120
    9 workshops £270

    Concessions are available, please apply!

    Sarah Kane has been exploring and applying Chekhov’s approach to theatre and acting since the start of her professional career. She is the co-founder of the Michael Chekhov Centre UK, now Michael Chekhov UK, and of MICHA USA.

    Anna Barkan is a professional actor and director from Russia who has been researching and practising Chekhov’s technique for some time.

    For further information please visit www.performingartsintl.org

    To book a place please contact info@performingartsintl.org

  • Sunday 28 November
    2pm - 5pm

    with Trevor Dance

    For updated news on this event please see: www.meetup.com/rudolf-steiner-spiritual-science

    This workshop will consist of an introduction by Trevor Dance and some readings of the scenes, with discussion. The endeavour will be not to duplicate the zoom session of the preceding afternoon but to examine the play from different perspectives.

    This event is free of charge, donations welcome.

    For further information: trevordance@hotmail.com

  • Monday 29 November
    7pm - 8.30pm

    with Trevor Dance

    These profoundly esoteric lectures examine the laws inherent in reincarnation and karma, and explore in detail the incarnations of specific historical figures. The opportunity to study this lecture series in a group affords us a chance to really get to grips with these fundamental issues, which demonstrate the realities of the workings of karma in human life.

    For further information, trevordance@hotmail.com

  • Tuesday 30 November
    7pm - 8.30pm

    with Brendan McQuillan

    These Munich lectures on Initiation complement certain themes in A Road to Self Knowledge, published by Dr Steiner at the same time, in August of 1912. This book is a series of eight meditations and from their themes, the lectures consider aspects of the Physical, Etheric and Astral Bodies, and The Guardian of the Threshold. Dr Steiner points out that ‘because progressive, divine beings and Luciferic beings are present in the higher worlds, their relation to one another is reflected in the antithesis of Time and Eternity’; and, in addition, that ‘there could be no more cherished companion than Ahriman for those who wish to preserve for Eternity each Passing Moment’.

    For further information: ben.mcquillan@outlook.com

  • Wednesday 1 December
    2pm - 4pm

    with Trevor Dance

    A wonderful opportunity to begin the study of the book which Rudolf Steiner regarded as the underpinning of every aspect of Anthroposophy. Steiner’s book is a practical guide – if we want to become free, we have to strive through our own inner activity, our unconscious urges and habits of thought. Freedom is not lack of restraint, but the attainment of a worldview that sees through all illusions, recognizes no limits to knowledge and opens the portal of the reality of the spiritual world.

    All welcome – no prior knowledge assumed.

    For further information: trevordance@hotmail.com

  • Wednesday 1 December
    4.15pm - 5.45pm

    with Margitta Ogundare and Dagmar Steffelbauer

    (GA 347) These lectures are part of a series of 8 books. They contain sessions of Rudolf Steiner with workers who helped to construct the first Goetheanum building in Dornach, Switzerland. The initiative was theirs. They got involved by proposing topics and putting forward questions. The style is accordingly a vivid oral one. The gatherings from 2 August - 30 September 1922 are concerned with the human soul in relationship to body, soul and spirit. Subjects covered include how inner and outer life are interwoven, speech and language, brain and thinking, inner organs and perception, earth and human evolution. We warmly invite you to join the study group and newcomers always very much welcomed.

    For further information: d.steffelbauer@gmail.com

  • Wednesday 1 December
    6.45pm - 8.15pm

    with David Lowe

    These lectures explore what materialism is. Where does our attachment and lifelong involvement with the material world originate? Was it there in earlier periods and what will it become in the future? The results of spiritual research provide the basis for a penetrating understanding of this powerful impulse and is a source of light in the dark web of our times.

    For further information: freerlife@gmx.com

  • Wednesday 1 December
    7.30pm - 9pm

    with Graham Kennish

    A 1+ hour (free) Zoom workshop to learn a practical anthroposophical method of handling anxiety and stress, through the Goethean observation of one’s own inner emotional state, with the language of gesture. You will leave with a practical exercise that you will have created yourself, to use in daily life.

    Graham Kennish is a Steiner science teacher trainer, a driving instructor and a psychotherapist (MBACP Accredited) holding workshops and individual sessions in Goethean Psychology.

    Free of charge, but donations to cover Zoom costs are welcome.

    For further information and booking your chosen date, please contact: kennish46@gmail.com or 07973 680959

    www.goetheanpsychology.co.uk

  • Thursday 2 December
    6.45pm - 8.15pm

    with Iaia Chiesa

    As one of the recognised tasks of Anthroposophy, we will be reading to the so-called dead, to establish and/or reestablish a connection with the dear ones who have crossed the threshold.

    Please contact Iaia Chiesa via email to join the group: iaiac53@yahoo.com

  • Friday 3 December
    7.30pm - 9pm

    with Peter van Breda

    Since shortly after the time of Christ right up to the present day, artists have been portraying the events of Advent. In this illustrated presentation, Peter will guide us through ways in which European artists have worked with and presented their insights into the mysteries of this season. Contemplating the results of their work helps us with our own inner preparations for the special season of Christmas - and who knows what we might discover waiting to come to birth within ourselves?

    Peter Van Breda lives in London and is a priest of The Christian Community, a movement for religious renewal.

    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86848240633
    Meeting ID: 868 4824 0633 Passcode: 609229
    Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kbj6lNWoQ5

    All welcome, no need to book, no charge.

    Voluntary donations towards costs and overheads are gratefully received and can be made by transfer to a Nationwide account held for this purpose.

    Account name: Adrian Hotten, sort code: 07-01-16 account number: 31466776

    For updated news of these and other events please see: www.meetup.com/rudolf-steiner-spiritual-science

  • Friday 3 December
    7.30pm - 8.45pm

    with David Lowe

    Raphael’s father was a significant figure in the court of Urbino. After his death Raphael travelled through Central Italy and met many of the leading artists of the time including Leonardo and Michelangelo. His travels are contemporary with the appearance in Florence of a figure whom Dr Steiner compares to John the Baptist. We will be considering in which way Raphael’s soul reacted to this. We will be looking at slides of his work including the Betrothal, The Entombment, and several of Raphael’s early Madonnas.

    David is a researcher into the spiritual impulses in cultural evolution who has lectured in different parts of the UK as well as many different countries.

    For further information: freerlife@gmx.com

  • Saturday 4 December
    10am - 2pm

    Every Saturday 10am - 2pm

    The biodynamic stall has been joined by Noel, a nutrionist with great knowledge of the light root (dioscorea batatas) who has been helping Kenny bring the most amazing produce from Laines Farm in Cuckfield, Tablehurst Farm, Michael Hall’s garden. Availability is seasonal including leeks, jerusalem artichokes, carrots, black and white radish, cavolo nero, kale, golden and purple beetroot, chioggia, kohlrabi, parsnips, red cabbage and apples.

    We also have haloumi, cheddars and the ‘best yoghurt I have tasted’ from Plaw Hatch; eggs and wonderful apple purees, juices, syrups, cordials, fermented fennel and sauerkraut from Brambletye; from Shire Farm. We have their delicious apple juice and highly nutritional aronia berry juice as well as rye and spelt flour. Also bread is available from an experienced artisan baker called Gail.

    For further information, please contact Kenny Coffey
    E: belikeabird@gmail.com
    M: 07957 799 336

  • Saturday 4 December
    11am - 12.30pm

    with Graham Kennish

    A 1+ hour (free) Zoom workshop to learn a practical anthroposophical method of handling anxiety and stress, through the Goethean observation of one’s own inner emotional state, with the language of gesture. You will leave with a practical exercise that you will have created yourself, to use in daily life.

    Graham Kennish is a Steiner science teacher trainer, a driving instructor and a psychotherapist (MBACP Accredited) holding workshops and individual sessions in Goethean Psychology.

    Free of charge, but donations to cover Zoom costs are welcome.

    For further information and booking your chosen date, please contact: kennish46@gmail.com or 07973 680959

    www.goetheanpsychology.co.uk

  • Monday 6 December
    7pm - 8.30pm

    with Dr. Sue Peat

    This book outlines a sure path from the everyday world of physical existence into a living, personal experience of the spiritual world. We will be carefully following the text together, discussing how we may best apply the spiritual exercises Rudolf Steiner outlines in it to our own lives and experiencing how working with these exercises can be a transformative experience.

    All are very welcome, whether you are new to the work of Steiner, or have worked with these exercises before.

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  • Tuesday 7 December
    7pm - 8.30pm

    with Brendan McQuillan

    These Munich lectures on Initiation complement certain themes in A Road to Self Knowledge, published by Dr Steiner at the same time, in August of 1912. This book is a series of eight meditations and from their themes, the lectures consider aspects of the Physical, Etheric and Astral Bodies, and The Guardian of the Threshold. Dr Steiner points out that ‘because progressive, divine beings and Luciferic beings are present in the higher worlds, their relation to one another is reflected in the antithesis of Time and Eternity’; and, in addition, that ‘there could be no more cherished companion than Ahriman for those who wish to preserve for Eternity each Passing Moment’.

    For further information: ben.mcquillan@outlook.com

  • Wednesday 8 December
    2pm - 4pm

    with William Bishop

    At the end of 1917, after four years of war in Europe, Rudolf Steiner spoke out in these 14 lectures on the spiritual impulses behind the
    Great War, behind humanity’s attempts to build theoretically perfect social orders, and behind many divisions and disruptions that would continue to occur on the earth. So reads the blurb on this book of lectures that we will read and discuss together.

    For further information: william.bishop@blueyonder.co.uk

  • Wednesday 8 December
    4.15pm - 5.45pm

    with Malcolm Gluck

    Topics covered in the discussions include the effects of cemeteries on the living, Greek culture and Christianity, star wisdom, Islam, the Crusades, how scars develop, astronomy, comets, Moses, the Dalai Lama, the Ku Klux Klan, and Britain and Germany as colonial powers.

    For further information: malcolm.gluck@gmail.com

  • Wednesday 8 December
    6.45pm - 8.15pm

    with David Lowe

    These lectures explore what materialism is. Where does our attachment and lifelong involvement with the material world originate? Was it there in earlier periods and what will it become in the future? The results of spiritual research provide the basis for a penetrating understanding of this powerful impulse and is a source of light in the dark web of our times.

    For further information: freerlife@gmx.com

  • Friday 10 December
    7.30pm - 9pm

    with Hazel Adams and Dr. Frank Mulder

    Medicine moves forwards rapidly, with new, potentially life-changing discoveries being made by the minute. Rudolf Steiner worked very closely with Ita Wegman, a medical doctor and offered many insights into thenature and purpose of illness. He outlined areas for further research into the healing properties of plants and minerals that have been investigated and worked with by anthroposophic doctors and therapists. Hazel and Frank will explore some of the indications he gave for the therapeutic use of metals such as gold, iron and copper and outline how they are used today.

    Hazel Adams is an anthroposophic art therapist specialising in the use of coloured light for healing who worked at the Blackthorn Trust for many years and more recently in Helios Trust in Bristol. Dr. Frank Mulder is an anthroposophic doctor with extensive knowledge of the work of Rudolf Steiner and its application in many therapeutic situations. He was a physician at Park Atwood Clinic for many years, and until recently worked in the NHS as a GP at Helios Medical Centre in Bristol.

    All welcome, no need to book, no charge.

    Voluntary donations towards costs and overheads are gratefully received and can be made by transfer to a Nationwide account held for this purpose.

    Account name: Adrian Hotten, sort code: 07-01-16 account number: 31466776

    For updated news of these and other events please see: www.meetup.com/rudolf-steiner-spiritual-science

  • Saturday 11 December
    10am - 2pm

    Every Saturday 10am - 2pm

    The biodynamic stall has been joined by Noel, a nutrionist with great knowledge of the light root (dioscorea batatas) who has been helping Kenny bring the most amazing produce from Laines Farm in Cuckfield, Tablehurst Farm, Michael Hall’s garden. Availability is seasonal including leeks, jerusalem artichokes, carrots, black and white radish, cavolo nero, kale, golden and purple beetroot, chioggia, kohlrabi, parsnips, red cabbage and apples.

    We also have haloumi, cheddars and the ‘best yoghurt I have tasted’ from Plaw Hatch; eggs and wonderful apple purees, juices, syrups, cordials, fermented fennel and sauerkraut from Brambletye; from Shire Farm. We have their delicious apple juice and highly nutritional aronia berry juice as well as rye and spelt flour. Also bread is available from an experienced artisan baker called Gail.

    For further information, please contact Kenny Coffey
    E: belikeabird@gmail.com
    M: 07957 799 336

  • Monday 13 December
    7pm - 8.30pm

    With Trevor Dance

    These profoundly esoteric lectures examine the laws inherent in reincarnation and karma and explore in detail the incarnations of specific historical figures. The opportunity to study this lecture series in a group affords us a chance to really get to grips with these fundamental issues, which demonstrate the realities of the workings of karma in human life.

    For further information, trevordance@hotmail.com

  • Tuesday 14 December
    7pm - 8.30pm

    with Brendan McQuillan

    These Munich lectures on Initiation complement certain themes in A Road to Self Knowledge, published by Dr Steiner at the same time, in August of 1912. This book is a series of eight meditations and from their themes, the lectures consider aspects of the Physical, Etheric and Astral Bodies, and The Guardian of the Threshold. Dr Steiner points out that ‘because progressive, divine beings and Luciferic beings are present in the higher worlds, their relation to one another is reflected in the antithesis of Time and Eternity’; and, in addition, that ‘there could be no more cherished companion than Ahriman for those who wish to preserve for Eternity each Passing Moment’.

    For further information: ben.mcquillan@outlook.com

  • Wednesday 15 December
    2pm - 4pm

    with Trevor Dance

    A wonderful opportunity to begin the study of the book which Rudolf Steiner regarded as the underpinning of every aspect of Anthroposophy. Steiner’s book is a practical guide – if we want to become free, we have to strive through our own inner activity, our unconscious urges and habits of thought. Freedom is not lack of restraint, but the attainment of a worldview that sees through all illusions, recognizes no limits to knowledge and opens the portal of the reality of the spiritual world.

    All welcome – no prior knowledge assumed.

    For further information: trevordance@hotmail.com

  • Wednesday 15 December
    4.15pm - 5.45pm

    with Margitta Ogundare and Dagmar Steffelbauer

    (GA 347) These lectures are part of a series of 8 books. They contain sessions of Rudolf Steiner with workers who helped to construct the first Goetheanum building in Dornach, Switzerland. The initiative was theirs. They got involved by proposing topics and putting forward questions. The style is accordingly a vivid oral one. The gatherings from 2 August - 30 September 1922 are concerned with the human soul in relationship to body, soul and spirit. Subjects covered include how inner and outer life are interwoven, speech and language, brain and thinking, inner organs and perception, earth and human evolution. We warmly invite you to join the study group and newcomers always very much welcomed.

    For further information: d.steffelbauer@gmail.com

  • Wednesday 15 December
    6.45pm - 8.15pm

    with David Lowe

    Dr. Steiner extensively researched the spiritual events leading to the events we celebrate at Christmas and how widespread preparation was made centuries beforehand. What was the Buddha’s involvement in the Nativity? He also has much to say about the further development of the connection between the Buddha and later significant spiritual events.

    For further information: freerlife@gmx.com

  • Wednesday 15 December
    7.30pm - 9pm

    with Graham Kennish

    A 1+ hour (free) Zoom workshop to learn a practical anthroposophical method of handling anxiety and stress, through the Goethean observation of one’s own inner emotional state, with the language of gesture. You will leave with a practical exercise that you will have created yourself, to use in daily life.

    Graham Kennish is a Steiner science teacher trainer, a driving instructor and a psychotherapist (MBACP Accredited) holding workshops and individual sessions in Goethean Psychology.

    Free of charge, but donations to cover Zoom costs are welcome.

    For further information and booking your chosen date, please contact: kennish46@gmail.com or 07973 680959

    www.goetheanpsychology.co.uk

  • Saturday 18 December
    2pm - 5.30pm

    An experiential workshop and performance of the Paradise Play tith Geoffrey and Maria Norris

    WORKSHOP - Exploring the Paradise play 2pm
    With Geoff and Maria Norris

    PERFORMANCE - The Paradise Play 5.30pm
    With Geoff Norris as voice of God, Maria Norris (Eurythmy) as the Will of God, Matej Rybka as Angel Gabriel, Sebastian Diaz as Adam, Pei-Ling Ciao as Eva, Roger Lyon as The Devil, Pete Watts as The Treesinger. Music – Matthew Ratcliffe, Choir - Friends of Steiner House.

    The Paradise Play portrays creation and ‘the fall’ together with the spiritual forces that lie behind the events we see acted out on the stage. It prepares us to celebrate the birth of Christ and is the first of the Oberufer plays which were collected by Karl Julius Schroer, one of Rudolf Steiner's teachers. They were passed on by oral tradition from a community living on the island of Oberufer on the Danube. The three plays represent a unique survival of the medieval mystery play tradition and form a vibrant part of the life of many Steiner Waldorf schools. The workshop (for adults) will offer the opportunity to experience the play in song, speech and eurythmy and to explore how these art forms carry its message. The performance is suitable for adults and children over 7.

    Members initiative. Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain. Inquiries:- suejoanpeat@gmail.com

    Further details please visit meetup.com/rudolf-steiner-spiritual-science

    Further details please visit
    www.meetup.com/rudolf-steiner-spiritual-science/

    ALL WELCOME! No booking required. Donations at the door in support of the London Steiner School.

    Come for just the workshop, just the play or come for both.

  • Sunday 19 December
    11am - 6pm

    with Sarah Kane and Anna Barkan

    Starting in October 2021, and concluding in July 2022, this is a part-time artistic exploration of Michael Chekhov’s approach to acting and theatre for actors/performers over nine individual days. It takes place monthly on Sundays, 11 am - 6 pm. The nine sessions introduce participants to the strongly creative and imaginative techniques developed by Russian actor Michael Chekhov in the last century, their purpose to inspire and empower actors for their work. They have been growing in popularity in the UK since the 1990s. Themes addressed include atmospheres, psychological gesture and creating character.

    It is possible to participate in one workshop to get to know the approach. To acquire an overview, it is recommended to join the whole sequence of Sundays.
    Workshop fees:
    1 workshop £45
    3 workshops £120
    9 workshops £270

    Concessions are available, please apply!

    Sarah Kane has been exploring and applying Chekhov’s approach to theatre and acting since the start of her professional career. She is the co-founder of the Michael Chekhov Centre UK, now Michael Chekhov UK, and of MICHA USA.

    Anna Barkan is a professional actor and director from Russia who has been researching and practising Chekhov’s technique for some time.

    For further information please visit www.performingartsintl.org

    To book a place please contact info@performingartsintl.org

  • Monday 20 December
    7pm - 8.30pm

    with Dr. Sue Peat

    This book outlines a sure path from the everyday world of physical existence into a living, personal experience of the spiritual world. We will be carefully following the text together, discussing how we may best apply the spiritual exercises Rudolf Steiner outlines in it to our own lives and experiencing how working with these exercises can be a transformative experience.

    All are very welcome, whether you are new to the work of Steiner, or have worked with these exercises before.

    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82632129836?pwd=SDZ3d0kxWk0wNU1uUzN5OStBZmN6QT09

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  • Friday 24 December 4.30pm - Friday 7 January 8.30pm

    Friday 24  4.30 - 6pm Advent Spiral Celebration with Lyre Music. With Denise Gell and Sue Peat (suitable for adults and children of all ages). At Rudolf Steiner House

    Monday 27  7 - 9pm The Christmas Carol Zoom Performance. With Matt Dexter (Meeting ID: 826 3212 9836 Passcode: 755359). Zoom Conversation

    Tuesday 28  2.30 - 4pm  From Goethe and Blake to Anthroposophy. With Trevor Dance. At Rudolf Steiner House

    Wednesday 29  7 - 8.30pm  Working with the Rhythms of the Foundation Stone Meditation. With Tom Hart-Shea (Meeting ID: 826 3212
    9836 Passcode: 755359). Zoom Conversation

    Thursday 30  7 - 8.30pm  'What Dreams May Come' - A Holy Nights Journey in Poetry and Music. With Kit Kidman (recitation) and Fabian
    Lochner (piano). At Rudolf Steiner House

    Friday 31  3 - 4.30pm  The Fire, The Representative of Humanity, and Homelessness. With Andrew Wolpert. At Rudolf Steiner House

    Saturday 1  2.30 - 4pm  Looking back on 2021 and looking forward to 2022. With Peter Van Breda and Sue Peat (Meeting ID: 826 3212 9836
    Passcode: 755359). Zoom Conversation

    Monday 3  7 - 8.30pm  Transformation. With Eric Klein. At Rudolf Steiner House

    Tuesday 4  7 – 8.30pm  Jesus-Vidar-Buddha and on to Christmas 2023. With Diana Reynolds. At Rudolf Steiner House

    Wednesday 5  3.45 – 5pm  Looking at Paintings of the Nativity. With David Lowe. Booking essential freerlife@gmx.com At the
    National Gallery

    Wednesday 5  7 – 8.30pm  Raphael’s Karmic Relationships. With David Lowe, Debbie Elliott, Simon Pelling and Margitta Ogundare. At Rudolf Steiner House

    Thursday 6  7 - 8.30pm  Epiphany: The Coming of the Kings and the Baptism. An exploration of the theme illustrated with works by Botticelli, Leonardo and Piero della Francesca. With Andrew Wolpert. At Rudolf Steiner House

    All are welcome to join us. Current COVID guidelines will be observed and meetings may be transferred to zoom or re-arranged at short notice.

    Donations towards expenses and bring and share light refreshments gratefully received. For full details please visit meetup.com/rudolf-steiner-spiritual-science

    Adrian Hotten
    Email: ssatrsh@virginmedia.com

    Dr. Sue Peat
    Email: suejoanpeat@gmail.com

    Donation towards expenses welcome

  • Sunday 9 January
    11am - 6pm

    with Sarah Kane and Anna Barkan

    Starting in October 2021, and concluding in July 2022, this is a part-time artistic exploration of Michael Chekhov’s approach to acting and theatre for actors/performers over nine individual days. It takes place monthly on Sundays, 11 am - 6 pm. The nine sessions introduce participants to the strongly creative and imaginative techniques developed by Russian actor Michael Chekhov in the last century, their purpose to inspire and empower actors for their work. They have been growing in popularity in the UK since the 1990s. Themes addressed include atmospheres, psychological gesture and creating character.

    It is possible to participate in one workshop to get to know the approach. To acquire an overview, it is recommended to join the whole sequence of Sundays.
    Workshop fees:
    1 workshop £45
    3 workshops £120
    9 workshops £270

    Concessions are available, please apply!

    Sarah Kane has been exploring and applying Chekhov’s approach to theatre and acting since the start of her professional career. She is the co-founder of the Michael Chekhov Centre UK, now Michael Chekhov UK, and of MICHA USA.

    Anna Barkan is a professional actor and director from Russia who has been researching and practising Chekhov’s technique for some time.

    For further information please visit www.performingartsintl.org

    To book a place please contact info@performingartsintl.org

  • Sunday 13 February
    11am - 6pm

    with Sarah Kane and Anna Barkan

    Starting in October 2021, and concluding in July 2022, this is a part-time artistic exploration of Michael Chekhov’s approach to acting and theatre for actors/performers over nine individual days. It takes place monthly on Sundays, 11 am - 6 pm. The nine sessions introduce participants to the strongly creative and imaginative techniques developed by Russian actor Michael Chekhov in the last century, their purpose to inspire and empower actors for their work. They have been growing in popularity in the UK since the 1990s. Themes addressed include atmospheres, psychological gesture and creating character.

    It is possible to participate in one workshop to get to know the approach. To acquire an overview, it is recommended to join the whole sequence of Sundays.
    Workshop fees:
    1 workshop £45
    3 workshops £120
    9 workshops £270

    Concessions are available, please apply!

    Sarah Kane has been exploring and applying Chekhov’s approach to theatre and acting since the start of her professional career. She is the co-founder of the Michael Chekhov Centre UK, now Michael Chekhov UK, and of MICHA USA.

    Anna Barkan is a professional actor and director from Russia who has been researching and practising Chekhov’s technique for some time.

    For further information please visit www.performingartsintl.org

    To book a place please contact info@performingartsintl.org

  • Sunday 3 April
    11am - 6pm

    with Sarah Kane and Anna Barkan

    Starting in October 2021, and concluding in July 2022, this is a part-time artistic exploration of Michael Chekhov’s approach to acting and theatre for actors/performers over nine individual days. It takes place monthly on Sundays, 11 am - 6 pm. The nine sessions introduce participants to the strongly creative and imaginative techniques developed by Russian actor Michael Chekhov in the last century, their purpose to inspire and empower actors for their work. They have been growing in popularity in the UK since the 1990s. Themes addressed include atmospheres, psychological gesture and creating character.

    It is possible to participate in one workshop to get to know the approach. To acquire an overview, it is recommended to join the whole sequence of Sundays.
    Workshop fees:
    1 workshop £45
    3 workshops £120
    9 workshops £270

    Concessions are available, please apply!

    Sarah Kane has been exploring and applying Chekhov’s approach to theatre and acting since the start of her professional career. She is the co-founder of the Michael Chekhov Centre UK, now Michael Chekhov UK, and of MICHA USA.

    Anna Barkan is a professional actor and director from Russia who has been researching and practising Chekhov’s technique for some time.

    For further information please visit www.performingartsintl.org

    To book a place please contact info@performingartsintl.org

  • Sunday 22 May
    11am - 6pm

    with Sarah Kane and Anna Barkan

    Starting in October 2021, and concluding in July 2022, this is a part-time artistic exploration of Michael Chekhov’s approach to acting and theatre for actors/performers over nine individual days. It takes place monthly on Sundays, 11 am - 6 pm. The nine sessions introduce participants to the strongly creative and imaginative techniques developed by Russian actor Michael Chekhov in the last century, their purpose to inspire and empower actors for their work. They have been growing in popularity in the UK since the 1990s. Themes addressed include atmospheres, psychological gesture and creating character.

    It is possible to participate in one workshop to get to know the approach. To acquire an overview, it is recommended to join the whole sequence of Sundays.
    Workshop fees:
    1 workshop £45
    3 workshops £120
    9 workshops £270

    Concessions are available, please apply!

    Sarah Kane has been exploring and applying Chekhov’s approach to theatre and acting since the start of her professional career. She is the co-founder of the Michael Chekhov Centre UK, now Michael Chekhov UK, and of MICHA USA.

    Anna Barkan is a professional actor and director from Russia who has been researching and practising Chekhov’s technique for some time.

    For further information please visit www.performingartsintl.org

    To book a place please contact info@performingartsintl.org

  • Sunday 19 June
    11am - 6pm

    with Sarah Kane and Anna Barkan

    Starting in October 2021, and concluding in July 2022, this is a part-time artistic exploration of Michael Chekhov’s approach to acting and theatre for actors/performers over nine individual days. It takes place monthly on Sundays, 11 am - 6 pm. The nine sessions introduce participants to the strongly creative and imaginative techniques developed by Russian actor Michael Chekhov in the last century, their purpose to inspire and empower actors for their work. They have been growing in popularity in the UK since the 1990s. Themes addressed include atmospheres, psychological gesture and creating character.

    It is possible to participate in one workshop to get to know the approach. To acquire an overview, it is recommended to join the whole sequence of Sundays.
    Workshop fees:
    1 workshop £45
    3 workshops £120
    9 workshops £270

    Concessions are available, please apply!

    Sarah Kane has been exploring and applying Chekhov’s approach to theatre and acting since the start of her professional career. She is the co-founder of the Michael Chekhov Centre UK, now Michael Chekhov UK, and of MICHA USA.

    Anna Barkan is a professional actor and director from Russia who has been researching and practising Chekhov’s technique for some time.

    For further information please visit www.performingartsintl.org

    To book a place please contact info@performingartsintl.org

  • Sunday 3 July
    11am - 6pm

    with Sarah Kane and Anna Barkan

    Starting in October 2021, and concluding in July 2022, this is a part-time artistic exploration of Michael Chekhov’s approach to acting and theatre for actors/performers over nine individual days. It takes place monthly on Sundays, 11 am - 6 pm. The nine sessions introduce participants to the strongly creative and imaginative techniques developed by Russian actor Michael Chekhov in the last century, their purpose to inspire and empower actors for their work. They have been growing in popularity in the UK since the 1990s. Themes addressed include atmospheres, psychological gesture and creating character.

    It is possible to participate in one workshop to get to know the approach. To acquire an overview, it is recommended to join the whole sequence of Sundays.
    Workshop fees:
    1 workshop £45
    3 workshops £120
    9 workshops £270

    Concessions are available, please apply!

    Sarah Kane has been exploring and applying Chekhov’s approach to theatre and acting since the start of her professional career. She is the co-founder of the Michael Chekhov Centre UK, now Michael Chekhov UK, and of MICHA USA.

    Anna Barkan is a professional actor and director from Russia who has been researching and practising Chekhov’s technique for some time.

    For further information please visit www.performingartsintl.org

    To book a place please contact info@performingartsintl.org