Brian Quinn, special facilitator will be teaching a Shakespeare workshop block. This block will include breaking down the language to make it more understandable, exploring the themes and thropes of Shakespeare, and breaking down scenes to see what is really happening through the monologues and soliloquies.
About Brian: Brian has touched on all aspects of theatre since becoming involved with drama in 1995, i.e. acting, directing, writing, producing, managing, PR-ing, poster and programme designing, building of sets and at various times lighting and sound… Since 2000, he has also facilitated both drama and improv workshops to people of all ages, (including 5 year olds!). He started with Calipo theatre in Drogheda, and has also worked with Upstate Theatre Drogheda, Little Duke Theatre Drogheda, AsIs Theatre Balbriggan, and Stagemad Theatre Waterford. He is one of the earliest members of Firedoor Theatre. He also leads the Peareshakes, a Shakespearean Improv troupe.
Where and when: the workshop block starts on Monday, November 21st, 7 to 9pm, in our usual studio in Dublin city centre. We will meet every Monday, Dec 12th being the last session.
Cost: 50 euros for Firedoor members, or 60 euros for non-members. Ideally, you should be available every Monday, since we can’t issue refunds for missed sessions.
We couldn’t have a better workshop to close 2022. Email us with your interest at email@example.com, as places are limited.