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Playing With Masks – Limbik Theatre, in partnership with Norwich Theatre

23 Jul 10:00

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Playing With Masks – Limbik Theatre, in partnership with Norwich Theatre

23 Jul 2022


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Be a part of an exciting opportunity to create and perform in mask for Limbik Theatre’s production of Rebel Rabble on Mousehold Heath this Autumn.

This June and July, you will have the opportunity to join free workshops that focus on the energising, bold and playful world of masked performance. These workshops are set up in two phases and help you gain confidence in skills when performing in masks.

Phase one: will teach you fundamental mask performing skills and help develop skills required to perform in a mask as part of an ensemble.

Phase two: This phase is more advanced, showing you how devising techniques for performance can lead to an opportunity to perform in Rebel Rabble.

If you have prior mask experience, it may be possible to just join for Phase two, subject to discussion with Norwich Theatre and Limbik Theatre. All participants completing Phase two will have the opportunity to continue their journey with the company as part of the community cast.

Participants must be 18 or over and have prior experience in either acting or performing in a mask.

Limbik Theatre is a critically-acclaimed Norwich company, supported by Norwich Theatre’s artistic Development Programme. The production company creates new performances that combine technology and live experience.

Important information

Age recommendation: 18+ years

Workshop Details

Phase 1: Tuesday 21st, 28th June & 5th July, (7-9pm)

Phase 2: Wednesday 20th & Thursday 21st July (6.30-9pm), Saturday 23rd July (10am-12.30pm)

How to Sign Up

If you’re curious about playing with masks, for the fun of it, as a learning experience or as a route into becoming part of an exciting production, email with ‘Playing with Masks – Expression of Interest’ as the email subject.

In no more than a paragraph, let us know what excites you about the opportunity and what you might hope to gain from it. Previous performance experience isn’t essential, but if you’ve got any, then give us one or two examples of what you’ve done.

Norwich Theatre will provide you with an information pack, giving you more information about the workshops and telling you how to sign-up for the workshops once you’re ready.

Stage Two

Eat & Drink

Fresh, seasonal, and locally sourced produce. Enjoy the best in food and drink  at our restaurant Prelude or a quick delicious bite before the show.

Getting here

Directions to  the Stage Two. Where to park near the Stage Two, drop-off & disabled parking plus public transport information.

Access Information

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