Groundwork are excited to be hosting a one-day workshop facilitated by the incredible Seke Chimutengwende:

“In this workshop we will look at at different ways of generating words and movement spontaneously in performance. Where do words and movement come from? How do they inform each other? And how do we relate to what comes up? We will look at the problems of not knowing what to say, the fear of not making sense and the question of how to transition between moving and speaking. We will develop skills of listening, noticing and responding in performance and explore how to shape content in the moment. Seke brings all his experience and humour as a performer into this workshop. His teaching facilitates ease and confidence in performing and a joyful approach to improvising.”

Saturday 17th February, 2018

10am – 5pm


Email to reserve your place.

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