Online script reading sessions with our Carne Trust Associate Director, Chelsey Gillard.
Led by Chelsey Gillard
Price: £5 per session of £20 for all five
From Wednesday 20 January, 11.30am - 1.30pm
This series of fun script reading sessions will dive into five classic comedies. We will look at how comedic theatre can pack a political punch, blistering satire and a good night out.
Participants will read sections of the plays aloud, and work with our Carne Trust Associate Director, Chelsey Gillard, to look at their themes, stories, writing styles and the historical context in a relaxed discussion.
Digital copies of the plays will be provided and participants will be sent a link via email to join the online session each week.
Week One: Lysistrata by Aristophanes
Week Two: A Midsummer Night's Dream by Shakespeare
Week Three: Tartuffe by Moliere
Week Four: The Rivals by Sheridan
Week Five: A Flea in Her Ear by Feydeau
These classes cost £5 per session or £20 if you book all five.
Once booked, you will receive a Zoom invite on the day of each session.
There are only 15 spaces available, so please make sure you book in advance.
These classes will be run on Zoom - click here to download.
It will help if you can find somewhere in your home with a good internet connection, and if you have some, use headphones (ideally with a built in microphone) as this will help reduce feedback during the session.
SJT Working Online Safeguarding Policy
A few words from past participants:
"I like theatre & plays & enjoy activities of this kind - particularly at the moment as I am in a shielding household. It is great to engage with others & feel like part of something outside of the house!"
"script reading classes gave me an opportunity to do something different and interact with a lovely group of people"
"There are times when my physicality is limiting... this has given me hope that participation can continue, regardless. Nice to meet new people."
"very enjoyable & nice to see some new faces"
Wednesday 20 January 2021, 11.30am
Wednesday 27 January 2021, 11.30am
Wednesday 3 February 2021, 11.30am
Wednesday 10 February 2021, 11.30am
Wednesday 17 February 2021, 11.30am