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Alchemy 107: 17-21 October 2016

Alchemy 108: 14-18 November 2016

Alchemy 109: 5-9 December 2016

VENUE: 5 minute walk from Borough Tube Station (London, SE1).


The workshop fee is £600. This covers 5 full days tuition, including 1.5 rehearsal and 2 shooting days, analysis of rushes, rough cut viewing, high-resolution files of all edited scenes and copious handouts (including 10 recommended screenplays).


TO ENROLL, in the first instance, email your Spotlight link (or full acting CV) to: stating which workshop dates you would like to attend.

Once accepted on to the workshop, you will then need to secure your place with a deposit of 33% by bank transfer or debit/credit card and the balance is payable by the first day of the month in which your booked workshop takes place. Debit/credit card payments are available through PayPal subject to a 3.5% processing charge.


Each workshop is strictly limited to 8 actors and, due to pressure of demand, places are allocated on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.


If a participant is unable to attend their booked workshop, then we operate a flexible policy whereby, with ONE FULL WORKING WEEK’S NOTICE, you can either reschedule on to another workshop or get a full refund.


“I tend to be quite sceptical about approaches to acting that involve reaching beyond ‘technique’, ‘instinct’ and ‘passion’, looking at underlying emotional or spiritual things, but Andrew’s work cured me of my scepticism. (Or, perhaps, made me realise that I wasn’t so sceptical after all). His work on the Alchemy of acting was truly mind-expanding and inspiring because it showed the way to a potential resource for acting using a more lateral approach, trying to uncover ways in which we might tap in to underlying emotional or spiritual phenomena. These may be culturally-specific to us, but nevertheless they are fascinating to explore and potentially very helpful. The great thing about Andrew is that instead of trying to force-feed you with ideas and ‘methods’, he dangles suggestions and ideas in front of you which, he makes you feel, are there for you to pick up and develop or discard as you see fit. He is keen to stress that nothing is obligatory, nothing is ‘right ‘or ‘wrong’, but that it is all worth a look. A fascinating exploration.”
-Scott Brooksbank