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Watch out for our next community and pub theatre projects in 2017 and 2018

Mark currently lecturing at Leicester College where he will be delivering units for the Performing Arts courses, covering Acting Techniques, Movement for Actors, and Acting for Camera and Radio.


25th & 26th February

 ‘Sleeping Beauty’

(With Broughton Players)

A fun community production of this fairy-tale classic at Broughton Village Hall

April 4th - 8th  


Mark will be directing this classic John Godber play for Market Harbough Drama Society.

May 23rd - 27th

‘Whose Life is it Anyway’

Market Harbough Drama Society.

July 11th - 16th

‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’

July 18th - 24th

 ‘The Merchant of Venice’

Highdown Gardens, Worthing

Rainbow Theatre Company

Teaching resources

Links to Literacy Strategy objectives and supporting text.

The Actor, Camera & Radio

How different is performing to camera and radio from performing on stage to a live audience? Is it just a matter of ‘less is more’?

Or is there a different bag of tools you need to use to get the story across to the audience?

Part of the Performing Arts course at Leicester College focuses on movement for actors.

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There are no casting requirements at present.

 Workshops for Narrative Text

Interactive drama-based workshops on “Myths and Legends” and “Adventure and Mystery” to support KS2 work on Narrative text, or to accompany related topics across the curriculum.

Click here
for more details.

‘Reminiscence Theatre’

Making a connection to the past with Care Home residents, through songs, anecdotes and their own stories of a world they remember better than the one they live in now.