Screen Acting Workshop London

Screen Acting for Beginners

  • Screen acting classes

Wednesdays: 7.00 pm – 9.00 pm
30th Oct – 4th Dec 2019 (6 weeks)
15th Jan - 19th Feb 2020 (6 weeks)
26th Feb - 1st Apr 2020 (6 weeks)
£147 for one course or £235.20 for both 6-week courses.

Shaun has worked as a professional actor for eleven years in a career spanning theatre, film, television and radio. In 2015 he co-created crime-drama series Farr, with writer/director Aidan Largey, which premiered on the international RTE player. To date, Farr has won five international awards from major web-pilot festivals in Europe and America, including Best Drama at Seriesfest Colorado andITVfest Denver, and two Best Actor awards for Shaun’s performance of the character Michael Gallagher. Farr is currently in development for a major series release. Other television credits include Game of Thrones (HBO), The Frankenstein Chronicles (ITVencore), The Lodge(The Disney Channel), Betrayal of Trust (BBCNI), and Dani’s Castle (CBBC). Film credits include Halo: Nightfall (Scottfree), The Butchering (What’s Next films) and Made in Belfast (KGB) to name but a few.

PQA Studios, 242 Pentonville Road, Kings Cross London, N1 9JY

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

There are many disciplines in the world of acting. Among the most challenging and yet rewarding is that of acting on screen. Acting in front of a lens, is a polar shift from treading the boards. The intensity and pressure to perform can feel overwhelming.

The first six-week course concentrates on: 

Scenes from the Oscars

During the course, students will re-create several historic scenes.  Over the weeks, we will explore what it takes to create an award-winning scene and to become an award-winning actor.

Together, we’ll bring some of his most famous and infamous scenes to life. It’s an amazing and unique opportunity to delve into and play some of Tarantino’s most notorious characters.

The second six-week course concentrates on: 

Acting for Sitcom & Soap Opera

During this course, students will create their own Sitcom or Soap Opera concept. Next, as a group we will perform and record key scenes before reviewing and critiquing the work together.

Writing and acting in a sitcom or a soap opera presents new challenges. Over the course you’ll learn how to create relatable characters capable of delivering believable dialogue with absolute clarity and conviction.

What You Will Learn:

  • Vocal and physical acting techniques relevant to screen acting as opposed to stage acting
  • Golden rules for acting truthfully
  • Techniques to feel natural and confident in front of the camera
  • Techniques to learn lines effectively
  • Sight-reading
  • Guidance and exercises to improve your performance on screen
  • Opportunities to table read your own and industry scripts