Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to be an experienced actor?

It is recommended, but not essential. This workshop is not designed to teach you how to act. However we will be working on dramatic texts and you will be expected to perform these at various points during the day. 

How good does my English need to be?

You need to be able to communicate both verbally and in written form in English. You will need to be able to understand the text you have chosen and be able to work on the changes we suggest during the day. 


The workshop is run in English. 

What preparation do I need to do before the workshop?

When you book your place we will send you full details of the preparation you need to make. 


You should initially treat the workshop as an audition. You will need to prepare an English audition piece and bring this with you. 


If you feel more comfortable bringing an English dictionary with you, please do. 

How many people will be on the workshop?

In order to ensure that everyone gets the most out of the workshop, we limit the numbers to a maximum of 10. 

What do we get at the end of the workshop?

We leave you with a pack outlining the exercises that we worked through. We also include details of some useful resources which may help you in the future. 

Is there any support offered after the workshop?

Yes. We support all English for Actors workshop graduates with both practical and interpretative needs on their performance in English. If you have a question please ask us. 

We also offer One 2 One classes if you would like more in depth help and support. 

Is the venue disabled friendly?

We use a number of different venues – all of them are considered disabled friendly. However if you have specific questions, please contact us. 

Is lunch provided?

Yes it is! Please bring water with you though.