acting classes London

Acting for Beginners Classes


  • Acting Classes

Thursdays: 6.30 pm – 7.45 pm or 8 pm - 9.15 pm
£195 for one course or pay £234 for two beginners acting courses. Get a 20% early bird discount on individual courses when you use the code EB20 before the 15th of December.
19th September - 5th December (12 weeks)
16th Jan - 2nd April 2020 (12 weeks)
ATTILA KENT

Attila trained at the City Lit in London and went on to perform on the fringe in London and Edinburgh. He had parts on TV for the BBC and Channel 4 as well as extra work for a number of films. Having returned to university to study counselling, his aim is to use the skills he learned as an actor on stage and in classes to help others develop the abilities needed to build their confidence. Attila is also one of the LAMDA tutors at the award-winning Anna Fiorentini Theatre & Film School.
The Umbrella Rooms, 239-241 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, WC2H 8EH 

Get a 20% early bird discount if you use the code EB20 by the 15th of December! 

During our acting classes, you will build up a tool-kit of performance skills enabling you to unlock character, help spontaneity and free your inner performer from inhibition. We strongly believe in the value acting classes provide for improving self-confidence and life skills.

On a Thursday evening we run two courses that complement each other: 

Improvising / Devising followed by Scene Study.

During the Improvising / Devising classes we explore the instant and primal medium of improvisation. Learn to think and create on the fly, build your confidence and hone your story telling skills.

In the later class, Scene Study, we delve into the elements which make characters from a script work. We’ll follow a script from page to stage or screen and find out what it takes to bring it to life.

Course Content:

 Improvisation / Devising  (6.30pm – 7.45pm)

  • Group activities, drama games and improvisation
  • Development of personal confidence, imagination and creativity
  • Freeing inhibitions
  • Listening and responding
  • Offering and accepting
  • Story-telling and Scene creation
  • Character formation and interaction

 Scene Study (8pm – 9.15pm)

  • Group activities and drama games
  • Explore a variety of scripts from different theatre and film genres
  • Develop characters based on the information in the scripts
  • Explore Emotional memory
  • Perform scripted scenes on stage and in front of the camera