All Workshop Events

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  • Wednesday 27 October
    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 30 October
    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

  • Wednesday 3 November
    6pm - 8pm

    with Daniel Skinner

    Using a range of styles and exploring a range of genres, this course leads the participant into a unique experience of theatre performance. We will explore different genres of theatre from ancient Greek through Shakespeare to contemporary, exploring not only the spoken and gestural world of performance but the inner self development and learning that is attainable within this framework. Exploring mask, voice exercises, character work, and the boundaries of ‘self’ and ‘other,’ this course is for actors and non-actors, teachers and students, young and old alike. It is the first of a series of speech and drama courses at RSH designed to focus the inspiration of Rudolf Steiner through the medium of contemporary performance, with reference also to other contemporary practitioners.

    After many years of professional theatre work, Daniel Skinner is currently lead drama teacher at Michael Hall School, Sussex, directing and teaching A-level drama after many years of class teaching. He trained in Rudolf Steiner’s ‘Sprachgestaltung’ (Speech Formation) at the London School of Speech and Drama and was co-founder, performer and director of The Rose Theatre Company. He also performed leading roles in the international touring productions of Rudolf Steiner’s Mystery Dramas. Having worked with directors such as Enrique Pardo (Roy Hart, Pantheatre) and Erik Norlin (Slava Theatre), he is passionate about the development of new paradigms in theatre inspired by Rudolf Steiner among others. He is also a co-founder of and teacher at Eurythmy India, an exciting new eurythmy training initiative which incorporates speech and drama in India.

    Cost - £180/£150 for 10 sessions – first session being a drop in session for £10.

    Booking by appointment only, dan.skinner@talktalk.net

  • Wednesday 3 November
    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 6 November
    11am - 12pm

    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

  • Wednesday 10 November
    6pm - 8pm

    with Daniel Skinner

    Using a range of styles and exploring a range of genres, this course leads the participant into a unique experience of theatre performance. We will explore different genres of theatre from ancient Greek through Shakespeare to contemporary, exploring not only the spoken and gestural world of performance but the inner self development and learning that is attainable within this framework. Exploring mask, voice exercises, character work, and the boundaries of ‘self’ and ‘other,’ this course is for actors and non-actors, teachers and students, young and old alike. It is the first of a series of speech and drama courses at RSH designed to focus the inspiration of Rudolf Steiner through the medium of contemporary performance, with reference also to other contemporary practitioners.

    After many years of professional theatre work, Daniel Skinner is currently lead drama teacher at Michael Hall School, Sussex, directing and teaching A-level drama after many years of class teaching. He trained in Rudolf Steiner’s ‘Sprachgestaltung’ (Speech Formation) at the London School of Speech and Drama and was co-founder, performer and director of The Rose Theatre Company. He also performed leading roles in the international touring productions of Rudolf Steiner’s Mystery Dramas. Having worked with directors such as Enrique Pardo (Roy Hart, Pantheatre) and Erik Norlin (Slava Theatre), he is passionate about the development of new paradigms in theatre inspired by Rudolf Steiner among others. He is also a co-founder of and teacher at Eurythmy India, an exciting new eurythmy training initiative which incorporates speech and drama in India.

    Cost - £180/£150 for 10 sessions – first session being a drop in session for £10.

    Booking by appointment only, dan.skinner@talktalk.net

  • Wednesday 10 November
    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 13 November
    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

  • Sunday 14 November
    2pm - 5pm

    with Dr. Sue Peat and Iaia Chiesa

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

    Death is a certainty for all of us, and on this remembrance Sunday we are reminded of those who have died in human conflict. For some, death is simply a final end to life, with maybe the possibility of leaving a legacy of memories for the living. For others it is the return to a spiritual home and the start of a journey that brings us back to a future life on earth. When we remember those who have crossed the threshold of death there is an opportunity to develop closer connections with them – connections that can be mutually beneficial. During this workshop we will be working with the insights Rudolf Steiner offered about life after death and explore ways in which we can work together with those who now live on across the threshold.

    Sue and Iaia run regular events at Rudolf Steiner House, London, and have extensive experience of working with Rudolf Steiner’s insights into life after death. Sue is a medical consultant at Kings College Hospital and St. Christopher’s Hospice, with a specialist interest in pain control
    and Iaia is a retired antiques dealer, poet and translator.

    All welcome. No booking required. No charge.

    Voluntary donations towards costs 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

  • Tuesday 16 November
    4.30pm - 5.30pm
    Free 15 mins per person, please book session in advance.

    Do you suffer from physical pains, stress, anxiety?

    Do you want to improve your general wellbeing and how to deal with those problems through re-education?

    I may be able to help.

    Very often we get physical and emotional problems due to the way we mistreat ourselves. We may put too much tension in what we do in our daily lives. That tension is very often the accumulation of habits that we impose to our bodies, which leads to imbalances – physical and mental.

    With Alexander work, I can show you a different way of how to conduct yourself while facing different challenges. When you learn the Alexander Technique, you prevent physical and emotional problems escalating. You become less disturbed by what happens around you.

    Please contact me if you would like to know more.

    I am a STAT accredited teacher with an interest in helping anyone who wishes to learn a new way of being.

    Teacher: Carlos Monteiro
    Contact Number: 07826 868 112
    contact@carlosalexandertechnique.co.uk
    carlosalexandertechique.co.uk

  • Wednesday 17 November
    7.30am - 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

  • Wednesday 17 November
    6pm - 8pm

    with Daniel Skinner

    Using a range of styles and exploring a range of genres, this course leads the participant into a unique experience of theatre performance. We will explore different genres of theatre from ancient Greek through Shakespeare to contemporary, exploring not only the spoken and gestural world of performance but the inner self development and learning that is attainable within this framework. Exploring mask, voice exercises, character work, and the boundaries of ‘self’ and ‘other,’ this course is for actors and non-actors, teachers and students, young and old alike. It is the first of a series of speech and drama courses at RSH designed to focus the inspiration of Rudolf Steiner through the medium of contemporary performance, with reference also to other contemporary practitioners.

    After many years of professional theatre work, Daniel Skinner is currently lead drama teacher at Michael Hall School, Sussex, directing and teaching A-level drama after many years of class teaching. He trained in Rudolf Steiner’s ‘Sprachgestaltung’ (Speech Formation) at the London School of Speech and Drama and was co-founder, performer and director of The Rose Theatre Company. He also performed leading roles in the international touring productions of Rudolf Steiner’s Mystery Dramas. Having worked with directors such as Enrique Pardo (Roy Hart, Pantheatre) and Erik Norlin (Slava Theatre), he is passionate about the development of new paradigms in theatre inspired by Rudolf Steiner among others. He is also a co-founder of and teacher at Eurythmy India, an exciting new eurythmy training initiative which incorporates speech and drama in India.

    Cost - £180/£150 for 10 sessions – first session being a drop in session for £10.

    Booking by appointment only, dan.skinner@talktalk.net

  • Thursday 18 November
    4.30pm - 5.30pm
    Free 15 mins per person, please book session in advance.

    Do you suffer from physical pains, stress, anxiety?

    Do you want to improve your general wellbeing and how to deal with those problems through re-education?

    I may be able to help.

    Very often we get physical and emotional problems due to the way we mistreat ourselves. We may put too much tension in what we do in our daily lives. That tension is very often the accumulation of habits that we impose to our bodies, which leads to imbalances – physical and mental.

    With Alexander work, I can show you a different way of how to conduct yourself while facing different challenges. When you learn the Alexander Technique, you prevent physical and emotional problems escalating. You become less disturbed by what happens around you.

    Please contact me if you would like to know more.

    I am a STAT accredited teacher with an interest in helping anyone who wishes to learn a new way of being.

    Teacher: Carlos Monteiro
    Contact Number: 07826 868 112
    contact@carlosalexandertechnique.co.uk
    carlosalexandertechique.co.uk

  • Saturday 20 November
    10am - 1pm

    with Jeremy Naydler

    Recent advances in biotechnology mean that living organisms are increasingly regarded as biochemical algorithms, which humanity is at liberty to alter through techniques such as ‘gene editing’. At the same time, the project to turn the living organism of the Earth into a fully computable Smart Planet, interpenetrated by an all-pervasive ‘electronic ecosystem’, is rapidly being realised. In the face of technology’s assault, the Earth cries out. How should we respond?

    Jeremy Naydler is a philosopher-gardener and author of ‘In the Shadow of the Machine’ (2018), ‘The Struggle for a Human Future’ (2020) and ‘Gardening as a Sacred Art’ (2021; first published 2011).

    £20 / £15 concessions

    For further information: 020 7723 4400 or ilona.pimbert.rsh@anth.org.uk

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  • Saturday 20 November
    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

  • Sunday 21 November
    2pm - 5pm

    with Dr Sue Peat

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

    Biodynamics is an organic method of cultivation, arising out of Rudolf Steiner’s spiritual research. It works with the rhythms of the movements of the Sun, Moon, planets and stars to which the plants respond. The workshop will cover the background to the biodynamic planting calendar, composting and the biodynamic preparations. Participants will be invited to exchange seasonal gardening tips, ideas and experiences. For the last hour we will stir the horn manure preparation (known as 500), so bring an empty screw top bottle if you want to take some home. A 500ml bottle is enough for an average garden. The workshop is suitable for those new to biodynamics and for anyone who would like to give their garden, window boxes or house plants a winter treat!

    Dr. Sue Peat is an enthusiastic biodynamic gardener and long term student of Rudolf Steiner’s work. She is a medical consultant at a London Teaching Hospital, with a specialist interest in pain relief.

    All welcome, no need to book. £10 / £5 concessions

  • Wednesday 24 November
    7.30am - 9pm

    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

  • Wednesday 24 November
    6pm - 8pm

    with Daniel Skinner

    Using a range of styles and exploring a range of genres, this course leads the participant into a unique experience of theatre performance. We will explore different genres of theatre from ancient Greek through Shakespeare to contemporary, exploring not only the spoken and gestural world of performance but the inner self development and learning that is attainable within this framework. Exploring mask, voice exercises, character work, and the boundaries of ‘self’ and ‘other,’ this course is for actors and non-actors, teachers and students, young and old alike. It is the first of a series of speech and drama courses at RSH designed to focus the inspiration of Rudolf Steiner through the medium of contemporary performance, with reference also to other contemporary practitioners.

    After many years of professional theatre work, Daniel Skinner is currently lead drama teacher at Michael Hall School, Sussex, directing and teaching A-level drama after many years of class teaching. He trained in Rudolf Steiner’s ‘Sprachgestaltung’ (Speech Formation) at the London School of Speech and Drama and was co-founder, performer and director of The Rose Theatre Company. He also performed leading roles in the international touring productions of Rudolf Steiner’s Mystery Dramas. Having worked with directors such as Enrique Pardo (Roy Hart, Pantheatre) and Erik Norlin (Slava Theatre), he is passionate about the development of new paradigms in theatre inspired by Rudolf Steiner among others. He is also a co-founder of and teacher at Eurythmy India, an exciting new eurythmy training initiative which incorporates speech and drama in India.

    Cost - £180/£150 for 10 sessions – first session being a drop in session for £10.

    Booking by appointment only, dan.skinner@talktalk.net

  • Saturday 27 November
    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

  • Saturday 27 November
    2.30pm - 4pm

    with Trevor Dance

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

    Steiner’s second play moves deeply into the exploration of reincarnation and karma with a retrospect into the time of the Knights Templar. The session will consist of a talk by Trevor Dance and some reading from the scenes of the play. I will be using the Hans and Ruth Pusch translation, but do not worry if you have another translation or do not have the book to hand – the readings will be quite short.
    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 the Zoom link and details, please email trevordance@hotmail.com

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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