A free 3-hour intro to Practical Aesthetics for Screen acting by Lee Lomas. Open to all actors looking to improve their screen acting, nail the auditions and develop a natural dialogue delivery.


When

Thursday, December 5th
6:30 to 9:30pm

Where

The Biscuit Factory
100 Drummond Road, Bermondsey, SE16 4DG


Price

FREE to all new students. Attendees will have the chance to apply for any 1956 Studio Courses on special prices.


What we cover

We will be working on:

  • Performing on camera
  • Effecting and being affected
  • Delivering dialogue naturally

In addition to the above, we will be introducing the idea of the actors’ USP – Unique Selling Points, how to discover your own USP and how to use it together with Practical Aesthetics and Mamet to deliver unique and memorable performances.


How to book

To reserve a place, please email a recent copy of your CV and/or showreel at info@1956studio.co.uk or fill out the form below:


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