Led in partnership with New Work Associate Tom Wright and a series of professional writers and theatre makers, these monthly workshops are open to anyone, at any point in their writing and theatre making career, who lives, learns or earns in Brent and North West London. Sessions are designed to enable attendees to develop their creative skills, network with peers/Kiln Associates, watch productions at Kiln and support career development.
Connect with other local theatre makers and develop your practice at our free monthly drop-in masterclasses. For theatre makers aged 18+ who live, learn, or earn in NW London.
“These masterclasses are really useful and valuable for someone like me who has recently moved to the UK […] They are easily accessible and have given me deep insight and knowledge about different subjects related to my field. […] I am very grateful to Kiln Theatre for creating a space for holding these masterclasses.” Participant feedback
Kiln’s Monthly Masterclass programme is back this Autumn and we’re delving into Directing, exploring specific areas of the discipline through the lenses of four fantastic artists.
These sessions are available and free to attend for anyone aged 18+ with an interest in learning more about different elements of theatre and connecting with other artists. No previous directing experience is necessary.
DECEMBER MASTERCLASS: TIAN BROWN-SAMPSON
Directing and Movement Directing – Page to Stage
Date: 12 December
Time: 2 – 5pm
Location: Kiln Theatre
Tian Brown-Sampson is a British-Caribbean theatre director, producer, movement director, writer, dramaturg and facilitator. Her focus lays mainly within Black, East and South East Asian (ESEA) and South Asian theatre work, new writing and promoting diversity, representation and accessibility on and off stage and in positions of power and leadership. Recent roles include: Assistant Producer (Theatre503); Producer (Stage Sight); and participant of Tamasha Director’s Programme 2020; and Artistic Directors of the Future: Board Shadowing.
To register your interest, please fill in this form. We will confirm whether you have been allocated a space via email.
THE COMMUNITIES PROGRAMME AT KILN THEATRE IS GENEROUSLY SUPPORTED BY:
29th May 1961 Charitable Trust, City Bridge Foundation, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, Garfield Weston Foundation, Garrick Charitable Trust, Marie-Louise von Motesiczky Charitable Trust, The National Lottery Heritage Fund, Noël Coward Foundation, Pears Foundation, The Roddick Foundation, The Vanderbilt Family Foundation.