Sunday 29th March 2020, 3-6pm at Sadler’s Wells
This workshop will give participants the chance to experience Gecko’s unique style of movement and physical theatre, as well as an opportunity to gain an insight into the creative processes Gecko’s devising performers go through when creating a show. The session will include preparation exercises and tasks that focus on creating movement for performance. Gecko uses breath to explore emotions and their workshops are always highly physical and dynamic.
Participants should wear loose fitting, comfortable clothing suitable for a physical workshop. No shoes, jewellery or trainers. Participants should also bring plenty of water with them.
Early bird booking fee if booked and paid for by 29th February 2020: £55. From March 1st 2020 £65.
Students & Spotlight members will receive a 10% discount with proof of ID/Spotlight link. MoCap Troupe members will receive a 15% discount.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for a booking form.
About Gecko: Founded in 2001, Gecko is an award winning, internationally acclaimed physical theatre company, led by Artistic Director Amit Lahav. With an expanding ensemble of international performers and makers, Gecko creates work through collaboration, experimentation and play. Its work is global. The company tours nationally and internationally, developing strong partnerships around the world. Beyond the stage, Gecko aspires to open the doors on their process via every possible avenue, be it digital, in schools or through one-to-one relationships with their audience.
Check their website for more: www.geckotheatre.com
Institute by Gecko. Photo credit Richard Haughton.