Spring Stage Combat Workshops
WHEN: Sat 16th April 2016, 10:30-13:00 & 14:00-17:00
WHERE: The Poly, 24 Church Street, Falmouth, Cornwall
Swashbuckling Cornwall Day of Combat!
Would you like to learn how to swing a sword? Actors, do you need to know how to die in a movie or play? Directors, ever wanted to murder your actors (onstage, of course)? Then this workshop could be a lifesaver.
Whether you’re new to stage combat or looking to sharpen your skills, this is an essential workshop for actors, stage managers, directors of all types and amateurs.
Swashbuckling Cornwall is running two hands-on Stage Combat workshops 16th April at The Poly in Falmouth.
One in Unarmed Combat & one an introduction to Single Sword; It’s a great place to start if you want to learn the skills of how to make a fight safe yet look realistic.
Unarmed- £25 (plus booking fee) 10:30-13:00
Unarmed stage combat techniques- including pushing, punching and a possibly a little bit of knife…
Introduction to Single Sword- £30 (plus booking fee)- 14:00-17:00
Learning some of the secrets to swinging a sword like a movie star! This workshop will cover drills, attacks, parries and more.
Book Both for £40* only!
Swashbuckling Cornwall T+C’s
1. Refunds are not offered on places
2. We reserve the right to alter course times, course content and to cancel classes due to any unavoidable and /or unforeseen circumstances.
3. We reserve the right to refuse admission or tuition.
4. The Poly’s normal Terms and conditions still apply.
5. Ticket must be presented to participate in workshops.
6. Over 18’s only
7. By booking a place on this event you accept the terms and conditions of the company and release it from blame for any injury during the workshop.
*Plus booking fee
Is there an age limit to attend the workshop?
Yes, you need to be over 18 to take part in either workshop. You will also need to sign a disclaimer form and declaire any injuries or medical conditions that may affect you during the workshop.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
There is no parking on site. However there are various car parks across Falmouth and some free on road parking. Alternatively Falmouth also have good bus and train links which are within talking distance of the venue.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
If you have any questions or would like more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
What should I bring to the workshop?
Please bring a bottle of water, or a bottle to fill up. We will be moving a lot during both workshops and it is important to stay hydrated. We would also suggest bringing some snacks to keep energy levels up. Some people also find it useful to bring a note book and pen to make notes.
What should I wear?
We suggest you wear clothes you feel comfortable in but also have freedom of movement. Please try and avoid clothes with lots of studs or belts with large buckles. If you wear jewellery please leave this at home or be prepared to remove it during the workshop. Stage combat can bring you into close contact with others so we also recomend bringing with you some antiperspirant as we all start to smell after a while.
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