Five Day Workshop – Théâtre de Pézenas

The first schedule of the 2016 workshops are being announced over the next few weeks, so keep popping back here for more details, or you can always sign up for the newslettter. In the meantime, we have two workshops coming up in February and March.

Jonathan will be returning to Edinburgh for a weekend workshop and performance, hosted again by the excellent Theatre Paradok from the University of Edinburgh Drama Department.  Head over to the events page for details of the workshop and show.

However, before Scotland, we have this….

Théâtre de Pézenas – Five Day Workshop – Monday 29th February – Friday March 4th

At the end of February, we have a very unique workshop taking place in the Théâtre de Pézenas. Jonathan has the entire theatre to himself for the whole week, and will be making the most of this incredible building to teach this workshop. The week culminates with Jonathan giving a performance himself on the Friday evening.

The theatre was classified as a monument historique by the French Ministry of Culture in 1995. This is an extremely rare chance to spend a week in one of the oldest and most beautiful theatres in France, whilst learning how to access your inner Fool. For more information and to book your place, click HERE.

For further information on all the other workshops, as well as to book a place online, please follow the link HERE.

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“It was an amazing weekend, one of the most exciting workshops I have participated in. I felt loosened up and it has changed the way I see myself. I haven’t laughed so much in years”

Participant – Madeline Bridgett

“Colourful, anarchic, creative, scary, genius, nebulous, challenging, enlightened, and bonkers are all words that passed my mind while trying unsuccessfully to figure outJonathan Kay a “21st century fool” in a workshop with him in Brighton this weekend.”

Integration Training Journal – Mark Walsh