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The Actors’ Intensive Voice Class with Maria Tecce

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 TBC, 4 Wednesday Evenings

€95 members / €120 Non-Members

This 4-week intensive voice workshop series is geared towards both professional and non-professional actors/performers. If you use your voice for a living, present or perform on a regular basis, or just want to strengthen your voice, this is the course for you.

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The Actors’ Intensive Comedy with Sue Collins

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TBC, 4 Tuesday Evenings

The Art of Comedy

This four week intensive comedy course is aimed at professionals and non-professionals. The four three hour workshops cover all aspects of the comedy business including comedy writing for stage and screen, performance, production and creating your own platform.

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How to be a Successful YouTuber

Clisare 1TBC, 1 Weekend

€180 Members / €210 Non-Members

This 2-Day Masterclass, taught by award winning YouTuber ‘Clisare’, is a practical, hands on to starting and running your own YouTube channel. The course is ideal for those looking to start or have started recently, and is aimed at people who have audiences of less than 5,000.

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Filmbase Tutor nominated for RADAR Music video awards

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Our very own tutor, and accomplished Filmmaker, Bob Gallagher has been nominated for not one, but two, prestigious RADAR Music Video Awards.

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Directors & Actors Intensive Lab

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Starting Tues 5th April until Thurs 12th May

Directors and Actors Intensive Lab

Aimed at directors and actors working together. This course explores directing and acting drama and comedy with specific regard to working together to deliver the best performance to tell the story. This class meets twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays for three hours over April and May.

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Advice on Writing Comedy – from Graham Linehan

Resources_Wri_134 - Graham LinehanGraham Lineham is an Irish writer responsible for the hugely popular Father Ted, Black Books and The IT Crowd. He started out as a music journalist and film critic in London and seized his chance to move into comedy writing when Arthur Mathews, who became his comedy writing partner, decided to also move to the UK. The following advice comes from an interview he gave for the IFTA event in 2010, ‘In Conversation with Graham Linehan’.

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