Adult Courses

Adult Courses

Every summer we run a week of one day workshops for anyone aged 16 or over.  Workshops are delivered by an industry professional and are an enjoyable way to find out more about a particular theatre discipline or a thorough introduction to working in theatre for anyone considering applying for drama school or good way to recap your skills.

Previous workshops have included Stage Combat with Tom Jordan, Directing with James Farrell, Acting with Anna Tolputt as well as Singing, Writing and Lighting.

Upcoming courses include:

Choir - join the Playhouse's fun and friendly singing group to learn and strengthen your vocal technique.  Led by musical maestro Matt Winkworth, you will explore a variety of styles including musical theatre, folk and pop. 

40+ Acting Company - A new company for anyone aged 40+ with an enthusiasm to explore classic and contemporary plays on their feet.

Spotlight - For anyone aged 50 or over with an interest in theatre. Each session is a friendly lunchtime meet-up to socialise and talk all things theatre.

 The Playhouse offers free and discounted places for anyone that wants to take part but may need help with fees. For more information, email learning@oxfordplayhouse.com.

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Fiddler on the Roof Fiddler on the Roof & 40+ Acting Company - spring
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The Play That Goes Wrong
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The Play That Goes Wrong The Play That Goes Wrong & Unmade Beds
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Sweet Charity
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