BRIGHTON, 27th - 31st May, 10-4pm

Are you about to make a new piece of work and feeling stuck?

Are you desperately looking for inspiration?

Wondering why your degree never taught you to actally make things?!

Or are you keen to go back to the roots of your art passion after a break?

Then this is the week for you!

A week-long, pain free, brilliantly intensive course focused on autobiographical theatre making, self care and artist development.

A carefully selected group of people will delve deep for a week of love, action, performance theory, creation and conversation with Bryony Kimmings. This is a very positive and cleansing week of activating, overhauling and creating new ideas.

Kimmings offers a full run down of her process detailing how to create watertight interesting concepts, avoid blocks/self loathing and to always have the tools for creation handy when you need them.

Suitable for theatre makers, dancers, performance artists, cabaret stars, circus bods: anyone who wants to move into telling their own stories or needs a refresh!

You don’t need to come with a ready made idea; you will spend the week coming up with umpteen new shows, titles, narrative arcs, and loads of material. The week ends with an uplifting informal sharing to one another and signposting to the next real life steps for your excellent new projects.



"Kimmings is a brilliant artist but she also has a fantastic knack for

sharing her skills. If there are any magnificent ideas lying around in the sub-strata, this week-long series of kinetic exercises and mental

expeditions will root them out."

"The week of workshops was fantastic and helpful beyond anything I could have expected. Bryony gave us practical tactics to combat writers' and creative blocks of all kinds, whilst being so generous and supportive of our individual passions and needs. And music and dancing!"

"I learnt more about making my own work and discovering myself as an artist during one week with Bryony than during my entire three-year Theatre degree."

"The ideas you leave with are a million times bigger and more actionable than anything you dreamed of at the start of the week"


TO APPLY, send a CV and short statement as to why you are keen to attend to: