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The Space, London

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£72.59 - £83.27

Award-winning physical theatre company, The Outbound Project, bring you are Physical Theatre Weekend Intensive!

We will lead you through some our techniques to devise movement within a theatrical context exploring ensemble exercises, generating movement in our cinematic style and investigating conveying a narrative through physical storytelling. Over the two days we will generate material and give you the tools to develop work in the future. This is a great opportunity for us to meet and work with artists. Spaces are very limited as we want to give time and focus to all our particpants so book quickly.

"...fiercely intelligent...relentlessly imaginative...philosophically and emotionally honest."          

    **** FEST

“ ...fantastic in their performance...their physical work is superb.”                                


 'A positive expressive rollercoaster, such an inspiring time!'

 'I felt challenged and stimulated' 

Workshop Participants 

This workshop is suitable for students, actors looking to extend their skills set and physical performers of any level.

25th and 26th of April @ The Space Arts Center


£70/£80 Regular Concessionplus booking fee.

If you have any questions please email [email protected]

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The Space

Westferry Road


E14 3RS


The Outbound Project

The Outbound Project are a company of actors, theatre-makers and artists that have come together to tell stories about the human condition through a unique combination of physical and visual storytelling. We began creating work in 2016 with a dedication to creating varied, dynamic devised work. To date, our work has won the Les Enfants Terribles Partnerhip award in association with Greenwich Theatre and been shortlisted for the Underbelly/ New Diorama UNTAPPED award ​We have received mentorship from Third Angel and Been supported in various ways by Arts Council England, New Diorama, Third Angel, Greenwich Theatre, Marine Theatre, Zoo-Co and The Cornerstone