Musicality and Movement in Storytelling

15th July 2011 - 17th July 2011
West Lexham, Norfolk

This workshop offers a unique journey for individuals to explore themselves in new ways with expert leadership from an internationally renowned teacher and community artist. Groups of up to 15 people will be introduced to music and physical storytelling techniques based on scenes and characters from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, working with themes of love, transformation and ways of seeing oneself through theatre and music.

How much does it cost?: 
£250 early-bird rate for payment in full before 1st May, £270 after 1st May
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The work will allow time for walking, talking, cooking, relaxation, dreaming, building a sense of community as well as physical and musical exploration of story and the imagination. The workshop inspires and builds a depth of connection between people, the environment and one’s self.

“I strongly recommend working with this company whether you are a performer or not. Anna-Helena is a ground breaking and deeply inspirational artist”. Workshop participant 2010

Secure your place with a deposit of £75

There are limited places and secured by returning an application with a covering letter of introduction. Suitable for people from all backgrounds.

To book your place on this workshop please contact Lucy White: