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Art Lessons at Ravenscourt Arts

We are now able to offer lessons in our theatre space for beginner and intermediary artists to develop their skills under the tuition of professional fine artist, Natan Heber. The classes take place on a Thursday evenings from 7pm.

 

Rates for tuition vary according to your circumstances (there are special rates for the unemployed, elderly and those in full-time education).

Why not attend for a free taster session and chat through your requirements with Natan and he will take account of any unusual circumstances.

On this page you can see several examples of Natan’s own art and see clear evidence of his skill – the kind of skills he would hope to transfer to your palate. We are very proud to have this Brazilian as our artist-in-residence.

Natan will be one of the principal exhibitors at our annual art exhibition in June.

These tutorial groups are deliberately kept small so you can have the individual attention you deserve- but they are also big enough that you can made new friends in a warm and welcoming atmosphere

Natan Heber on the left with Shakespearean actor, Darren Hirst, who is captured in the artwork in the centre which is one of Natan’s latest projects.

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“Go Forth With The Shakespearience”

The new edition of the Shakespearience, “Go Forth With The Shakespearience” is now accepting bookings from schools and community groups. Tickets are free to educational establishments who want to bring along an accompanied group. The project is aimed at students aged 9-14 but is open to anyone above that minimum age.

Performances that are available for booking are as follows:

May 15th (9.30-11.30 a.m.)

May 15th (1pm – 3pm)

May 16th (9.30-11.30 a.m.)

May 16th (1-3pm)

May 17th (9.30-11.30 a.m.)

May 17th (1-3p.m.)

May 18th (9.30-11.30 a.m.)

May 18th (1-3 p.m.)

May 22nd (9.30 – 11.30 a.m.)

May 22nd (1-3 p.m.)

More dates may well be announced once these are booked.

As well as the number below you can call the theatre on 020 8741 1867

It’s coming this Spring – A new edition of the Shakespearience

Our very successful Shakespeare event – the Shakespearience – returns to the theatre this Spring.

The new production has just entered rehearsal and promises to be very exciting.

It is the ideal introduction to Shakespeare and to live theatre in general for schools groups aged between 9 & 14.

Why not get in touch with us today to reserve seats for your school. The theatre holds 170 so you can book any size of group from 1 class to the whole theatre.

The production company is made up entirely of professional actors and musicians. Here’s a list of who is involved:

Will Henry as Henry V
Caro Breton as Mistress Quickly
Grant Shepherd as Henry IV
Debbie Bird as Mistress Page
Anna Ray as Mistress Ford
Angharad Price as Doll Tearsheet and others
Evangeline Briazza as Morton, a Fairy and Warwick
Ashley Lloyd Shaw as Poins and others
Jasper Jarman-Norris as a Page, a Boy and others
Kathleen Ross the Musical Director, and on cello.
Rebecca Waite on trumpet
Louise Kleboe on vocals
Will Summers on wind instruments
Stuart Morrell on mandolin
Richard Evans – Director and playing Sir John Falstaff
Darren Hirst – producer, director and playing the Narrator, Claudius and Puck

 

The production will begin to play on the 15th of May and there will be two performances each day which will take place during school hours. More information to follow soon.

“Three Cheers For Christmas!!”

Our annual Christmas children’s play arrives in December – what other time of year would you expect it to be here! The play, presented in partnership with Riding Lights Theatre Company from York, is called “Three Cheers For Christmas”.

Call 020 8741 1867 to check on seat availability for this wonderful seasonal treat.

 

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Ravenscourt Arts

Summer Break

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We’re closed now for our summer break but there are still events happening at our church ( www.ravenscourtbaptist.com ) so why not drop in and say “hello”. We’ll be back in October with a new programme.