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Links to other anglophone theatre workshops:

Click on the name of the workshops highlighted to find out more information: - LEATSS (Luxembourg European Annual Theatre Summer School) is a collaborative, project-based, week-long residential summer school for actors, directors and music theatre singers as well as - less regularly - writers/devisors.  It is held at the Centre d'Accueil in Clairfontaine near Arlon in Belgium, usually during the first week of August.  NWTC supported LEATSS for many years and many members of NWTC have attended and enjoyed this programme. Read more about members' experience of LEATSS by clicking here.

Giles Foreman workshops, Luxembourg - weekend workshops are offered on an ad hoc basis in Luxembourg and week workshops offered in London.

FEATS - click here for FEATS website which has information on events around Europe 


UK - various institutions offer workshops throughout the year

Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, London, UK offers many short different courses (including one week summer school for youths!)

London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), UK

Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), Stratford upon Avon, UK

Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) Acting workshops, London, UK

Summer School Performing Arts listings  (both youth and adult courses held by various bodies) UK

National Theatre website (often has workshops advertised), London, UK


Courses run by professional tutors who have worked at LEATSS


Peta has visited Luxembourg and run workshops for NWTC and has often tutored at LEATSS summer school. She also runs courses throughout the year in the UK8.  Click here to visit her website.  

NEWS! You can now watch the full Documentary: ‘Peta Lily’s Dark Clown; Taking Laughter to the Limits'. The film, made by the remarkable photographer and documentary filmmaker Robert Golden is 26 minutes long and traces the steps of taking a group on the Clown & Dark Clown Course journey, from the light to the dark. GO HERE:

Peta pioneers research in Dark Clown. Her paper The Comedy of Terrors – Dark Clown & Enforced Performance was delivered at the Bath Spa University and her Dark Clown work is cited in Jon Davison’s Clown (Readings in Theatre Practice) - Palgrave MacMillan 2013.



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