Date 24th February 2024
Starts 2:45 pm
Finishes 3:30 pm
Room Commercial 3
Hosted by John Osborn Hughes, stage and screenwriter, director, acting teacher, spiritual psychologist and wellbeing coach
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Join Awakened State Productions director, John Osborne Hughes as he guides you through his powerful, practical acting technique, which allows you to truthfully and effectively embody any character.

Starting with meditation and a deeply grounding standing preparation, actors will be shown how to become fully connected with themselves and the moment, in order to discover their own natural walk and posture.

Once this has been established, John will show you how to use your imagination to create the inner workings of the characters psyche and allow if it manifest through the actors voice and body.

It’s simple when you know how, and this workshop will show you the way.

You are guaranteed to leave the session feeling inspired and excited to put your knew knowledge into practice.

Find out more about the The Spiritual Psychology of Acting here.

John Osborn Hughes

John is a London based stage and screenwriter, director, acting teacher, spiritual psychologist and wellbeing coach. He is the founder/ director of eduction platform and production company, Awakened State, and the creator of the internationally acclaimed Spiritual Psychology of Acting.

Over a career spanning 30 years, John has worked on both sides of the Atlantic as an actor and theatre director, and has enjoyed commercial and critical success as a writer, director and producer. His first short film, The Space Between’’ premiered earlier this year and recently won best short at Carmarthen Bay Film Festival.

He has taught extensively in London, New York, Los Angeles and Berlin, and teaches masterclasses to universities and drama schools. He has trained some of the UK’s brightest actors, who have gone on to work in Hollywood, Bollywood, international feature films, prime-time series, soap operas, West End, Broadway, Royal Court, Royal Shakespeare Company and Royal National Theatre productions.