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looking forward to leading a fun filled and provocative  workshop on June 8th at Assembly Hall, Stanley Halls, 12 South Norwood Hill London form 11am to 4 pm

The workshop provides an opportunity to explore your creativity for performance and personal development. It is also is a valuable support for any performer -to help you keep performances fresh, be truthful and ‘in the moment’ onstage, it also brings great insight into how to engage and transport an audience… a way to create clown characters and performing ensembles with more edge and relevance, a way to make a more exciting and demanding rapport with audiences.

Chris combines his vast experience of working as a performer and training in the European style of Jaques Lecoq, the Russian character clown, and using the ‘flying in the moment’ ethosThis combination of styles and techniques provides a unique way to access and explore the performer personna.

Throughout the workshop, the emphasis is on having fun and searching for the beauty and creativity of each participant.  There will be an introduction to the classic disciplines that are necessary for a performer, including plastic training, improvisation and parody.

Accessible to those who are new to clown, as well as those who wish to play, develop and explore their clown or their performing, improvising and life skills. Clown is increasingly being seen as an excellent way to develop confidence for performers and non-performers alike particularly those having to make public speeches and appearances.