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London workshops

Drop-in Singing and Acting at Crisis Skylight, 66 Commercial Street E1 6LT


Thursdays, 4-6pm
Open to all (just sign-up to be a Crisis Member)

This upbeat and friendly, open-access group meets in the Crisis Skylight's performing arts space. There’s a lot going on with performances, work placements and free theatre tickets on offer to the group. New people can join at any time and should come along at 3pm on any Thursday for a short induction at Skylight before joining in with the session. Crisis Skylight also has a packed timetable with lots of other classes and courses on offer.
 

Drop-in Singing and Acting at The Passage, St Vincent's Centre, Carlisle Place SW1P 1NL


Tuesdays, 1:30-3:30pm
Open to Passage clients

This is a fun and informal workshop open to anyone at The Passage. Come along and be uplifted by music, singing and acting.
 

Explore Singing and Acting at St. Botolph without Bishopsgate Bishopsgate EC2M 3TL


Wednesdays, 5:30-7:30pm
Open to all

Come and have fun singing and getting to know a different opera each term in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. The workshops are an opportunity to meet new people, develop performance skills, have fun and get involved in volunteering and work experience. This is a mixed ability group that is open to anyone, including people with previous experience of homelessness.

For more information or if you'd like to attend, contact our London Regional Co-ordinator, Catherine Connell, on 020 7730 9551 / 07962 405933 or cc@streetwiseopera.org.

Meet the performer

'I've been coming to Streetwise for several years and my favourite piece we've worked on is O Sole Mio.

'I like the role plays, especially when you have to demonstrate or act out a scene or action.

'If I could play any character from an opera, I would play Hoffman from Tales of Hoffman. I didn't get to see this one in the theatre but he seems to be a complex character from what we learnt in workshops.

'Come along to Streetwise if you like singing and having fun, meeting new people and enjoying the occasional evening out at the theatre.

'I would describe Streetwise as: contemporary, dynamic, progressive.'