Our Passport sessions, created for international performers, share tips and advice on navigating British theatre, its expectations, barriers and requirements while staying faithful to who you are as an artist and the type of work you want to pursue.
What are the obstacles specifically faced by non UK born performers?
With London attracting a great number of international and migrant artists, the demand for workshops focused on the specific needs of performers whose first language isn’t English is continuing to grow.
From what to include in a CV, to which casting websites are worth joining, to how to pitch a show to a festival, to showreels and voice demos, we will be there to answer all your questions and share our experience.
We run our PASSPORT LONDON workshop every couple of months in venues across London (please join our newsletter or follow us on social media), but bespoke sessions are also available to book on demand if you are a drama school, theatre faculty or international organisation.
Calling International Performers
If you’re a drama department and would like to discuss a workshop please contact:
Deidan Williams at Legalalienstheatre@legalaliens.org