We offer workshops for a range of ages and experience levels - students, young people, community groups, artists. These focus on practical performance skills and methods, drawn from our performance-making practice together over the last 7 years.

We tailor each workshops to the groups' specific needs, guiding participants through accessible, structured methods for generating performance. We hope to develop confidence, communication and creative skills at all levels of experience. Workshops could take the form of a single session, intensive residency, or a weekly programme. 

Titles and starting points for workshops which could include: 

- Something from Nothing: making performance from what’s around
- Collages, Collisions and Constellations: structuring and composition
- So You Think You Can't Dance: choreography for non-dancers
- Who's On First: double acts and creative partnerships 
- Getting Lost: experimenting with your creative practice. 

We’re also experienced in running educational sessions alongside performances or screenings of our work, from lectures/talks to Q&A sessions at schools and universities. Ben currently teaches at the University of Warwick on the Theatre and Performance Studies BA.

Photo [1]: Matt Mahmood Ogston
Photos [2-6]: Clara Potter-Sweet, Ben Kulvichit
> Royal Central School of Speech & Drama (MA Advanced Theatre Practice)

> Warwick Arts Centre

> University of Sussex (Sensational Ecologies summer school)


> University of Warwick (BA Theatre and Performance Studies)

> Theatr Clwyd

> Bedales School (A Level Theatre Studies)

> Old Diorama Arts Centre