With Jonathan Kay workshops, the initial point of entry is called ‘Getting out of the Audience’, a short weekend workshop where you can ‘dip your toes into the water’ and find out what it means to Fool on a stage. The other workshops generally last for five days.
It can be a wonderful catalyst for change, knowledge, growth and fun.
We run two types of workshops:
1. Open to all
The best thing about these workshops whether you come for a weekend or a week is that you don’t have to have performer aspirations. This suits everyone with an interest to explore themselves and the world of the Fool within a performance space.
Perhaps you’re a curious individual, someone in business, an entrepreneur, someone in the mental health sector, the learning sector, a theatre company or unemployed. This work is attractive to many because of the nature of Fooling.
2. Performers Only
We have listened to people’s feedback and have decided to run some specialised workshops which are open only to professional performers and those who are actively seeking a career in the performance industry. These will be tailored to the art of performance and stagecraft and will be a powerful learning tool to have in your bag.
You may keen on developing your craft in street performance, clowning, fooling, devising, storytelling and improvisation or an actor wanting to broaden your skills. Either way, this is for you.