Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Acting Workshops with Dominique Moore



The Dominique Moore acting workshops are for young people aged 5-18 who are passionate about acting and would like to learn more.

These one day workshops are led by Dominique who has more than 20 years stage and screen experience, gaining her first professional acting job at the age of 9. Dominique will be sharing her expert knowledge to help develop attendees performance skills and give them an insight into the acting industry.

West End star Asha Banks will be appearing at the workshop to talk about her experiences of being a child performer, the audition process and how to conquer those first night nerves. She is currently treading the boards, as one of the leads in a well known musical in the West End!

At the end of each workshop Dominique will hold a Q&A session with each group of young performers and their parents. Every participant will receive a signed photo to take home and will have the opportunity to take a picture with Dominique.

These workshops will also give Dominique the opportunity to spot potential members for a special project launching this Autumn.

When: Sunday 22nd May 2016

Time:
5-7 years 10am-12pm
8-11 years 12pm-2pm
12-18 years 2pm-4pm

Venue: Sylvia Young Theatre School. 1 Nutford Place, Marylebone, W1H 5YZ

Fee: £30 (per person) plus booking fee.

Duration: 2 hours (1.5 hour workshop, 30 minute Q&A with parents and photo session)

Suitable for performers of all levels.

For bursaries please request information and form
workshops@dominiquemoore.co.uk

Parts of the day will be filmed.

Note:
Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a bottle of water.

About Dominique Moore

Dominique Moore is a professional actor and writer.
She caught the acting bug early and started her career aged 9.

After appearing on the West End stage in Oliver at The London Palladium she was featured in the BBC fly on the wall documentary series Paddington Green, where she was followed on her journey to winning the Stage Newspaper Full Scholarship to train at Sylvia Young Theatre School.

Dominique has gone on to become a regular on our TV screens. Her list of credits includes:
CBBC’s Hotel Trubble (where she is also credited as a writer) , Holby City, The Dog Ate My Homework and appearing regularly in BAFTA winning Horrible Histories, as various notable historic figures, including Rosa Parks and Mary Seacole.:

"A flawless turn from Dominique Moore...the team's best song ever." The Radio Times

"The stand-out highlight is Dominique Moore as civil rights icon Rosa Parks, singing a frankly brilliant Motown-style number called I Sat On The Bus" The Guardian

"I Sat On The Bus, a song sung by Dominique Moore... it's one of the TV moments... on any channel." The Radio Times

Dominique opened the west end production of The Lion King as the original Young Nala at the Lyceum Theatre and has appeared in 5 west end musicals.

She moved into the world of film with a role alongside Sir Ben Kingsley and Stellan Skarsgard in the remake of Noah Gordon’s medieval drama The Physician

Dominique has recently finished working on a new cartoon for Disney, played the lead in US TV Drama 'Obsession' and has just shot a role on the upcoming series of RED DWARF.

To Book Your Place visit Dominique Moore Workshops



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