Michael Billington's Theatre Club in association with Drama Studio London
We are pleased to announce that, following the success of the last season of discussions, we will be running the Theatre Club with Michael Billington again, albeit in a slightly different format.
The new format is as follows: The club will meet at DSL once a month (on the first Friday of each month) starting on Friday 4th October 2019 finishing Friday 3rd July 2020. (Occasionally dates might move to a different Friday if they fall during holiday periods for Drama Studio London, such as in January when it will meet on 10th January instead). Total 10 meetings. 7.00 – 8.30 p.m.
The Cost: £350 per person for the year - Possibility to join during the year. Please EMAIL HERE for more details
Anyone who joins later in the year will pay a proportion of the annual fee in line with however many productions are left. So for example, those who join in January the joining fee is £245 for the year.
Please apply for this course by EMAIL HERE or CALL 020 8579 3897
Drama Studio London invites you to join our new Discussion Group for Theatre Lovers. Broaden your knowledge and heighten your theatrical experience.
This Course for Theatre Appreciation looks at the experience from the perspective of the theatre goer.
The group will attend productions in a range of venues to include mainstream and fringe venues (but avoiding the West-End) such as the Old Vic, The National, Stratford East, Park Theatre, Royal Court, The Finborough, The Orange Tree, Jermyn Street...
The group will meet to discuss each production on the following Friday hosted by Michael Billington, in a relaxed setting with a glass of wine at DSL. The first 6 meetings are as follows:
Meeting 1 4 October 2019 (Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp. by Caryl Churchill)
Meeting 2 1 November 2019 (to discuss Vassa by Maxim Gorky)
Meeting 3 6 December 2019 (to discuss Touching the Void based on Joe Simpson's best-selling memoir)
Meeting 4 10 January 2020 (to discuss The Duchess of Malfi by John Webster)
Meeting 5 7 February 2020 (to discuss Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekov)
Meeting 6 6 March 2020 (to discuss Leopoldstadt by Tom Stoppard)