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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.


"Choosing to work with Andrew Higgs was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made as a professional actor. He is an outstanding teacher and one of a rare breed of directors: one who actually understands the acting process and what it takes to make it work. He enjoys actors and works with them in partnership, rather than viewing them as problems to be solved or puppets to be manipulated. Not only does he understand and appreciate acting but he cares enough to have taken the time and the trouble to explore, model and articulate the deeper layers and ramifications of the art form. I cannot tell you what a breath of fresh air this was for me. In three years of training and twelve years since, I have worked with about thirty directors and Andrew is one of the handful I would consider to be truly expert at what they do. Few can touch him for his philosophical grasp of the work."
-Guy Fearon