Category Archives: Workshop

WORKSHOP – 15TH MARCH

YOU! YES YOU! Stop your incessant scrolling, what you are looking for is right here!

For it is Tuesday and that can only mean that its workshop time! Tonight you will be taken under the broad wingspan of our very own Johnny Shortall.

Join us as we dive deep into the subject of awareness. Spatial awareness. Self awareness. Body awareness. Awareness of others. Character awareness, basic awareness, MAXIMUM AWARENESS.

Also carousel if we have time.

As always workshops are on every Tuesday evening at 7 in CBS school Synge street. First timers can come for free so bring friends, family, Romans or people from your bus stop!

WORKSHOP – 1st MARCH

This week we will have Cathal O’Donovan facilitating a workshop on movement. A little bitta Laban, a little bitta LeCoq and whole lot of fun. Best wear clothes that you can move in for the workshop.

As always we’re starting at 7pm sharp(ish) Tuesday at CBS Synge Street.

We are always open for people to come along and join in the fun (we don’t even charge for the first workshop)

See you there!

Workshop – 9th February

This week’s workshop will be run by Elaine Fahy!

“Getting inside your character’s head”

The workshop is about using basic inner monologue techniques as a way of understanding your character:

  • Motivations behind the action
  • Dilemmas your character faces
  • Decision making process of your character
  • And of course you will have a lot of fun and a bit of craic too!!!

    As always we’re starting at 7pm sharp(ish) Tuesday at CBS Synge Street.

    We are always open for people to come along and join in the fun (we don’t even charge for the first workshop)

    See you there!

    Workshop – 2nd February

    Yippee ki-yay mother truckers!
    This week we have Hans Vennevertloo running the workshop! Hans is a actually a big deal in the Netherlands and we are delighted that he is running this workshop.

    Hans’s workshop is entitled “Triggering The Truth” and is focussed on releasing truthful emotions in scenes.

    We’re starting at 7pm sharp Tuesday at CBS Synge Street.

    We are always open for people to come along and join in the fun (we don’t even charge for the first workshop)

    See you there!

    Workshop – 26th January

    We have No Drama superstar of yore Kevin O’Flynn (and total lad) back facilitating the workshop next Tuesday the 26th. In this workshop Kevin is going to focus on script reading.

    For those who haven’t been convince by Kevin in all his Dreyfusian glory, watch this:

    Tuesday 26/01/2016 @ 7pm sharp in CBS School Synge Street

    We are always open for people to come along and join in the fun (we don’t even charge for the first workshop).

    See you there!

    Workshop – 19th January

    SEX IN THEATRE: An introduction sex’s strange position on the stage.”
    This week’s workshop will be ran by Noel Cahill!

    Here’s a message from Noel…

    “Ooooooooh! Yaaaaaaa! You’re going to have a wonderful time. We are going to just do it all. We’ll start off with some foreplay – trying to make the director and actor more comfortable with sexual and physical contact on stage – then on to third-base funfun with a look into ways of giving the illusion of sex on stage – next we’ll get our pants off and down to the business of more experimental and mime-based ways of portraying sex in any scene and finally we’ll round it off with the real thing, the big O, the money shot, the roll over (out of breath) and say ‘I fucking love you’ – the subtle development of genuine sexual tension in an original piece made by you. You’ll have your fun and that’s all that matters, No Drama wants to satisfy you.”

    Workshops take place 7 PM every Tuesday at CBS school Synge Street. First timers get in for free so no excuse to not give it a go!

    WORKSHOP –11TH JANUARY

    Tomorrow the wonderful Claire Cassidy is going to show us the ropes of the world the drama.

    This week’s theme is

    “It aint what you say, it’s the way that you say it”

    We’re starting at 7pm sharp Tuesday at CBS Synge Street.

    We are always open for people to come along and join in the fun (we don’t even charge for the first workshop)
    See you there