Self Care and Survival for the Actor with Nicholas Hale
Do you feel stuck or frustrated as an actor? Do you feel like you’ve hit a wall with your career? Or are you just starting out and unsure which way to go in the acting world?
If you answer “yes’ to any of these questions, then Self-care and Survival for the Actor is for you! At drama school or in acting lessons, you’re not always taught how to survive and look after yourself as an actor. This is a short course that teaches you how to practice better self-care – something we all need at the moment.
Learn how to:
• Reconnect with what made you want to be an actor in the first place.
• Advice on agents, drama schools and further acting courses.
• Who to write to and how to take control of your career!
• What to read and watch to reinvigorate and inspire
• The importance of R&R and more importantly how to achieve this effectively.
• How to form support networks and where to find the other creatives.
• Find self-empowerment: write that monologue, one-woman show, play or screenplay that you’ve always wanted to write.
• How to take better care of yourself as an actor with simple actions.
All of this and more in a course taught by Nicholas Hale, an actor, writer and acting tutor who trained at RADA and has many, many years of experience. Nicholas has a wealth of acting experience and has also written for Lime Pictures, Eon Productions (the makers of James Bond) and BBC Radio. Nicholas has just written a new play, We’ll Always Have Paris.
• All times listed are GMT, or GMT +1 depending on the time of year. If you are joining from overseas, please use a timezone convertor before booking to establish what the local time will be for you.
• All workshops take place online using Zoom. A Zoom link will be sent to you the day before the workshop date with further instructions.
• You will need to have access to a quiet room or space with no other people present.
• For the best online experience, we recommend using a laptop or desktop computer rather than a phone. We also suggest you test your audio, visual and internet connection through Zoom, before joining the course.
• We reserve the right to cancel this workshop within 7 days of it beginning if we do not meet the minimum number of sign-ups required.
• Times: Once a week for 3 weeks. The course consists of 3 sessions in total. See dates below.
• Age: Minimum age is 18. No upper age limit.
• International students: You are welcome to join this course from anywhere in the world provided you meet our minimum language requirements.
Language requirements: Applicants must be confident speaking and reading English to a conversational level (IELTS score of 7.0 or equivalent). Please note, you will be expected to read texts/scripts that may have advanced vocabulary in them on this course.
Attendance: Due to the structure of the courses, and the collaborative nature of acting, full attendance is requested.
Refunds: All courses are non-transferable and non-refundable.
6 hr course
Saturday 10th April 2.30pm-4.30pm
Saturday 17th April 2.30pm-4.30pm
Saturday 24th April 2.30pm-4.30pm