As well as booking for All You Need Is LSD, come and play with Associate Idiot and member of the All You Need Is LSD cast Annie Fitzmaurice in a Told by an Idiot Artist Development workshop at The Lowry, Salford or the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry!
As well as exploring the controversies of the ongoing drugs debate, our show All You Need Is LSD uses Told by an Idiot’s trademark spontaneous, anarchic approach to play with the idea of contradictions and unusual juxtapositions.
To find out more about All You Need Is LSD and to book tickets, click here.
Our Artist Development workshops offer insights into how we made the show and you'll get the chance to try out some of the exercises that we used in rehearsals. In the space of two and a half hours, you'll experience Told by an Idiot's unique approach to creating a live theatre piece, as well as exploring the contradictions that the show presents, with plenty of time for discussion. Expect a highly practical, playful and informative workshop led by a professional performer and director with a wealth of experience.
This workshop is suitable for anyone over 16, who is an emerging theatre maker or is interested in theatre making, particularly devised theatre. You'll get the most out of the workshop if you've seen the show, or are planning to see it.
If you have any questions about the workshops or about accessibility, please feel free to get in touch! Call us on 020 7407 4123 or email email@example.com.
Once you have made payment, we are unfortunately unable to offer any refunds.
We will be in touch with full details for the workshop once you have booked your place.
Here is some feedback about our recent Artist Development workshops:
“An incredible opportunity to learn from the experience and hard won knowledge of a brilliantly innovative company"
“100% the most engaging workshop leader...I wanted to listen and be included in everything he said or we did because it was unusual”
“New skills learned. New friends made. Thoroughly enjoyable...Come again please”
“I couldn't believe how much we had managed to cover in such a short space of time...I learned new styles of facilitation and skills that I can pass on to the participants I work with.”