Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory
The following residential course may be of interests to members of the BSA.
Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory offers a week-long residential course in Shakespeare interpretation for the adult reader:
21st – 25th November 2016
Together with an actor from the company, stf’s Artistic Director, Andrew Hilton, will guide you through this great text, employing theatrical perspectives to aid your understanding of Shakespeare’s language, techniques and preoccupations. This is not an actors’ workshop, but is devised specifically for Shakespeare’s audience.
The sessions will be held in the newly opened Solomon Browne Memorial Hall in the pretty village of Mousehole, just west of Penzance and easily accessible by public transport.
Maximum 14 participants.
Cost: £250 per person (includes lunch on 4 days). Accommodation is not included but there will be an abundance of local holiday cottages and b&bs available at low season prices.
what I hoped, and was looking for … to study the play from the point of view of an experienced theatre director … extremely worthwhile … exceptional value … a privilege … insightful and more revealing as time went on … excellent
(feedback on the 2014 Course on Macbeth in Bristol)
For full details of how to book see the stf website: stf-theatre.org.uk
If you require further information about the course please contact me by email: firstname.lastname@example.org