Creative Contemporary Theatre (online 7-week term)

Starts 30 September 19:00-21:00

Explore how physicality, movement, rhythm and improvisation help you unlock inspiration and creative flow to make contemporary theatre. On the final day you will present a sketch to the group for feedback. This can be the beginning of a new storytelling/performance act that you can take forward into the next term. 

During the sessions you will develop movement awareness, non-verbal storytelling, movement techniques and vocabulary (based on Lecoq and other physical theatre languages) as well as improvisational tasks and exploration of solo, duet and group acts. The sessions are designed for actors, dancers and people who are interested in movement, experimental theatre practises, collaboration and devising. 

What to bring 

  • A water bottle
  • A notebook and a pen to write down notes or personal discoveries


  • You don’t need a lot of space to do this workshop, just enough to move with arms and legs outstretched (think of the size of a yoga mat).

Digital Platform

You will need access to Zoom (, and internet connection. We’ll be in touch ahead of the event by email, for more information and instructions.

Even though it’s a digital event, spaces are limited. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. We have significantly reduced the price due to the impact of COVID-19. 

If you have any queries or require more information, please contact


Workshop facilitator: Andrea Cabrera Luna (MA in Performance and Culture at Goldsmiths College, University of London) is an actor, director and facilitator. Directing credits include: The Arsonists by Max Frisch, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Hotel Juárez by Victor Hugo Rascón Banda, University of Edinburgh, Assembly Roxy, 2017, Waterfront Wasteland Medea Material Landscape with Argonauts, by Heiner Müller, London, 2010.

Workshop cancellations by you:

Our workshops are priced as fairly as possible and we believe that we offer good value for money. If you are booking a workshop have a look at your diary and make sure you are available. Please note that unfortunately our workshops and classes are non-refundable. However, you may transfer it to someone else and we may also be able to offer you a voucher for a future workshop, space permitted.


“This is a great class for any aspiring actor/actress. Just let yourself be open to it and you will learn a lot. Very interactive and lots of fun”

“Andrea has a useful approach that is different from my previous classes. By including body movement this gives you more focus on what you are doing and therefore improves your performance. Also the interaction in class is strong.”

“I really enjoyed Andrea’s classes. They were always fun and an interesting take on acting. She has a way of bringing things out of the work that gives you confidence and a greater understanding of the whole process.”

“Andrea is very professional and creative. I think that her course can help people to open their mind.”