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6 Acting courses in Gloucester

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at October Systems Ltd

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at Gravy for the Brain

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    A complete introduction guide to becoming a Voiceover Artist and working in the Voiceover sector This 22-module course led by...

  • Voiceover for Gaming (Book online)

    An E-Learning course designed at teaching voiceover artists (of an intermediate level and above) how to work within the gaming...

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at Beckmann Visual Publishing Ltd

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at ECORP Trainings

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All you need to know about becoming an actor
Many people take acting courses to start their performing career. Although acting may seem like an exciting and glamorous job full of premieres and photo shoots, there is a lot of hard work and time that needs to be put in before you reach the fame of actors like George Clooney, Jennifer Aniston and Johnny Depp and an acting course could be just the start.   Taking to the stage or the screen Knowing how to get into acting can be difficult. Becoming an actor doesn’t necessarily mean starring in films or on the television. The theatre is home to some of the...


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Career Inspiration: Debbie Chanzen
Q&A: Debbie Chazen If you see yourself treading the boards, read our interview with actress Debbie Chanzen for some acting inspiration… Actress Debbie Chazen has appeared in the BBC’s The Smoking Room, three series of Tittybangbang, and played an alien in the Doctor Who Christmas special. We spoke to Debbie Chazen while she was starring in the Old Vic’s production of Cinderella (written by Stephen Fry) where she was playing the Wicked Stepmother. Q. What made you want to become an actress? Debbie Chazen: I can’t remember ever...


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Acting (Contemporary & Shakespeare)
Q. What qualifications route did you take to realise your career? We’ve worked professionally in the theatre for the last ten years.  Working at the National Theatre, RSC, RADA and Guildhall to name a few. Having built up a ton of experience we decided to set up the Saturday Acting Academy to pass on some of what we’ve learnt and help develop the next generation of actors.   Q. Please explain in detail what students will learn during your course? They will gain the key tools to unlock Shakespeare, contemporary text, acting for TV and film and audition...

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