If you are interested in dance and would like to extend your experience, then this workshop is for you! We are starting a new company for local dance talent. There will be a taster workshop so that you can see what it’s all about.
About the Event Following the success of Persona by Jon Barton, the Izzard Theatre is hosting a networking event. It is designed to help teachers and local artists connect and discuss potential future collaborations. This event is suitable for anyone who is interested in creating exciting work with others. The event… read more →
Persona was a huge success at Brighton Fringe this week. On 16/17 May, 9 students who are part of Bexelei Theatre Company took to the stage at The Warren: TheatreBox @ Brighton Fringe. The students were fantastic and feedback has been very positive. The playwright Jon Barton attended both nights… read more →
Our students thoroughly enjoyed a body percussion and samba workshop with Ollie Tunmer from @beatgoesonuk. Ollie, who has worked previously with Stomp and Cbeebies, treated our students to a full morning workshop inspired by the Mambo from West Side Story culminating in a performance for students and staff across the… read more →
Don’t forget to book tickets for this popular musical event performed by our students, its always a fantastic evening of singing and music. Book online now!
Well Panto week is finally here! Oh no it isn’t ! Oh yes it is-ok I will stop now. Aladdin rehearsals are in full swing ready for your entertainment on Thursday and Friday. If you haven’t got your tickets hurry up and book either online at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Mari… read more →
A great voice workshop with Sarah Stephenson yesterday. Looking forward to having her back soon. Thanks to YMT UK for organising! The explore program has been a great asset to our students.
Jon Barton, our playwright in residence, came in to meet our students and start the process of devising a play for our new Bexelei Theatre Company to perform later on in the year. This is a project that has been funded by the Arts Council. Jon was very impressed with how… read more →