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FREE Voice Workshop
We are pleased to announce the latest in our occasional series of FREE workshops - this one is on voice production and will provide professional coaching on tips and techniques for actors and public speakers. It's being presented by Jennifer Scott-Reid and Emma James who have collaborated on many theatrical endeavours from productions for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to drama workshops for adults and young people.
Jennifer is a GODA Adjudicator for drama festivals, has acted in and directed plays for the festival circuit, and is co-founder of two theatre companies as well as running her own training company.
Emma is a LAMDA Associate and her work as a fine artist bridges the gap between spoken, written and performed words; in her other hat she is a fine art tutor as well as a vocal coach.
As well as bringing together their extensive experience in drama, presentation and voice based coaching, Emma and Jennifer employ a creative approach, and most of all aim to make their workshops the ideal balance of learning and enjoyment.
The CADS workshop takes place from 10.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon on Saturday 15 June 2019 in the main hall at Meridian School, Garden Walk, Royston SG8 7JH and is free to all comers, but places are strictly limited, so booking is essential.
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Exciting news - we've just announced the cast for our contribution to the 2019 Royston Arts Festival - it's Terence Rattigan's classic wartime drama Flare Path - click here to discover more...!
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One prize, three nominations for CADS at the 50th Cambridge Drama Festival!
The CADS entry for the 2018 Cambridge Drama Festival - Ben Lewis's Romance is Dead, specially adapted for the stage and directed by our own Emma Daintrey - carried off the Backstage Endeavour Award on Saturday 28 April! Also nominated among the awards were Rebecca Aloneftis (Best Actress), Nicky Paton (Best Actor) and Mark Hamblin (Best Cameo). Congratulations to all involved! Pictured left are Emma and Joe Daintrey with their award, and on the right the cast looking (mostly) suitably amazed!
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Congratulations to this year's winners of our Drama Awards - Rupert Jordan and Ellis Hughes!
See some pictures here.