A 5-day intensive led by Paul Hunter, which offers a unique insight into creating and directing work from scratch
The Role of the Director in the Devising Process
This workshop examines what lies at the heart of Told by an Idiot and explores liberating the performer and the importance of spontaneity
The Way of the Idiot
A 2-day workshop, exploring the dynamic between theatre and cinema
Our Cool Cousin
Commedia - Primarily a form that revels in the virtuosity of the actor, Told by an Idiot will take the participants on a journey over two days to unlock the performer’s most wild and spontaneous impulse.
If It's Bad Make It Worse
This provocative, challenging, and dynamic workshop led by Artistic Director Paul Hunter will throw the focus onto the performer and will examine what lies at the heart of TBAI's work.
Creating It, Owning It, Doing It
The Doctor Will See You Now
Taking inspiration from the greats of silent comedy, Charlie Chaplin, Laurel and Hardy and Buster Keaton, this two-day workshop explores the idea of adding a fresh twist to some classic routines.
Building the Chaos
Associate Idiot Stephen Harper, also Co-Director of our upcoming co-production with Birmingham REP All You Need Is LSD, will be running half-day workshops giving a highly practical, fun and informative insight into the show on Monday 8th or Wednesday 10th October, in central Birmingham. Find out more and book your place here!
All You Need Is LSD: The Delicate & The Outrageous (Birmingham)
All You Need Is This Workshop
A 2 day workshop for writers and performers interesting in writing and the role of the writer in a collaborative process
The Role of the Writer in the Devising Process
A 2 day workshop looking at the role of the performer in the theatre, focussing on play, rhythm and liberating the performer.
Bigger Than Life
This intensive workshop inspired by My Perfect Mind looks at the notion of making theatre from real life experience.
It Happened To Me so it Must be Interesting
A 2 day workshop focussing on the company's unique approach to Shakespeare