Shakespeare workshops for children to run this autumn at Warlingham Church Hall

By - Tuesday 25th August, 2015

The Smorgas-Bard Club will offer weekly Shakespeare workshops for children and young adults at Warlingham Church Hall every Tuesday from 8th September. 

Image by Smorgas-Bard, used with permission.

Release begins: Due to the growing popularity of Shakespeare for children following SMORGAS-BARD in the Caterham Festivals 2014 & 2015 ANOTHER WAY THEATRE bring exciting new weekly Shakespeare workshops to Warlingham Church Hall from September.

Cambridge/LAMDA educated professional actor/director, Chris Chambers, has had a passion for ‘The Bard’ since he was ten and believes Shakespeare was written to be performed and not just read in an English class. The language is NOT DIFFICULT and is for EVERYONE – if born today Shakespeare would be ‘WILL-I-AM’ – a Hip Hop Artist or Rapper. These workshops will make Shakespeare ‘cool’ and speaking the text out loud will enhance understanding, enjoyment and build confidence in our young aspiring Shakespearean scholars.

There will be two sessions per week commencing on Tuesday 8th September working towards a joint presentation in the 10th week. ACTING SHAKESPEARE, BRINGING ‘THE BARD’ TO LIFE for 8-13yrs at 4.30-5.30pm and ACTING SHAKESPEARE, SPEAKING VERSE for 13yrs and above at 5.45-7pm Tuesdays at Warlingham Church Hall. To join The SMORGAS-BARD CLUB please call 07722 402868; email or go to

Release ends.

Release sender: Another Way Theatre.




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