Latest Workshop – Our Audition Clinic for actors and people auditioning for drama school will take place in Central London on Saturday 14th and Saturday 21st October.
At Giants, we love theatre that is thrilling, surprising, dangerous, thought-provoking, risky, hilarious, shocking. Our acting workshops aim to help actors make it look so easy that they don’t appear to be acting at all.
If you’re auditioning for drama school, if you’re a professional looking to hone your craft, or if you teach acting, Giants offers workshops for you.
We will help you to make the text come alive and create characters that are real, vibrant and your own.
Giants has a strong history of collaborating with leading theatre practitioners to bring you excellent training. They include TV and film director Sallie Aprahamian, (Lip Service, The Worst Witch, Eastenders), leading actors including Geraldine James (Utopia, Anne of Green Gables), Kate O’Flynn (No Offence, Happy-Go-Lucky, Bridget Jones Baby), David Schwimmer (Friends, American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, Band of Brothers), and one of the UK’s top casting directors, Robert Sterne (Game of Thrones, Wolf Hall).
Giants regular programme of workshops includes:
- Drama School Auditions
- Acting for Camera
- Classical text and Shakespeare
- Contemporary text for casting
- How to run an exciting drama course for children, or drama students
We also create tailored workshops for groups of acting students with specific needs. Contact us to further discuss your requirements.
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I really enjoyed the Shakespeare workshop. I felt I learned a lot by watching you work with the other actors along with your feedback to me. I really appreciated your dedication in giving us the best go at what we wanted to achieve. It was also very good fun!
I honestly can’t thank you enough for your excellent workshop. I loved every minute of it. You are truly wonderful and so knowledgeable. Your amazing insight and positivity are a joy to be around.
Feedback from actors who worked on an All’s Well That Ends Well workshop.