The aim of this workshop is to help you find your own clown. A clown lives and embraces the absurd world in which he finds himself. He makes us laugh and reflect on his vision of the world and his way of dealing with the unknown.
We all have our clowns somewhere. Do you feel like finding him/her again? I invite you and your clown to an Introductory Clown Workshop on the 5th of March!
We will be working on: Relaxing and feeling comfortable on stage. Being honest and not acting. Communicating with the audience. Exploring vulnerability. Accepting failure and embracing it. Enjoying being ridiculous.
When: Saturday 5th March 2011.
Where: International Clown School. Nearest tube station: Highbury and Islington.
Cost: 50£ / 35£ concession for full time students. If you have taken a workshop with me previously and you bring someone else to this one you pay only 35£!
Deposit: 20£. To book a place email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: 10:00am until 5:00pm. LIGHT LUNCH PROVIDED.
NB: This course is not only for performers but for everyone who wants to embark on a fun and liberating journey.
About Valeria: She is a performer and a clown currently studying towards an MA at Central School of Speech and Drama. I have trained as a clown since 2002 through several workshops around the world (Madrid, Lima, México City and London). I have used my clown skills both on stage and at hospitals as a Clown Doctor.
To book a place or find out more about the workshop or my practice: email@example.com
“The workshop was so good that I can’t wait for the next one!”– Carla, January 2011.
“Valeria is a warm & witty person from whom to learn about clowning, for not only does she run a superbly professional intro workshop, but also creates such a welcoming & informal atmosphere that it’s easy to gain confidence in a group strangers & immediately have enormous fun”. Sarah – Behavioural Communications Consultant.
Venue: London, International Clown School. Nearest tube station: Highbury and Islington.