Training

In the below link trainers talk about their training they recently completed with me.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rDDrGLH4zM&feature=youtu.be
I would like to say that it was after attending your Breaking Barriers workshop back in 2008, that I was inspired to become a Dramatherapist – the course was amazing; and stimulated suppressed feelings and brought them into consciousness in a safe way. You are doing some amazing work with so many different client-groups across the globe. I sincerely hope we can have the pleasure of working together some day soon. Keep up the good work, keep Healing and keep Inspiring! Judy

RAINBOW of Desires Training

(theatre of the oppressed)

This workshop will enable participants to use techniques from Augusto Boal’s Rainbow of Desire to explore internal oppressions or “cops in the head”. The theme of the weekend will be Conflict.

Rainbow of Desire, an Image Theatre technique, is a technique similar to Cop-in-the-Head. Where Cop uses games and exercises to recognize and confront internalised forms of oppression, Rainbow of Desire deals with conflicting needs, desires and wants among individuals and explores power relations and collective solutions to concrete problems.

This is a method and set of techniques that is especially
useful for teachers, educators, social workers, psychologists, mental health professionals, community activists and other group leaders who work with marginalized and disadvantaged populations, who have been victims of bias, discrimination and oppression.

Rainbow of Desire is intended to examine conflict within groups, and to seek ways to resolve those situations of conflict.

At the end of this workshop will ‘develop’ the ROD practice group, where others can meet on a monthly basis to ‘try –out’ other techniques from Boal’s arsenal to practice and learn them for their own endeavours.

Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th April 10.30am – 6.00pm (full)

Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th July 10.30am – 6.00pm (full)

Saturday 23rd  & Sunday 24th September 10.00am – 5.00pm (full)

Wednesday 1st & Thursday 2nd November 10.00am – 5.00pm (spaces) 

To Book https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/rainbows-of-desires-training-augusto-boals-theatre-of-oppressed-2-days-tickets-36277640399

Watch videos here & https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3BsK4nFo9Sc

 

 

 

 

 

 

Breaking Barriers

Watch video here

A creative arts Training course specialising in:

  • Augusto Boal techniques
  • Improvisation
  • Devising
  • Performance
  • Facilitation
  • Youth Arts
  • Exploring issues;
  • Arts within Criminal Justice Settings

This highly practical hands-on course is particularly suited to people who want to experience and practice a variety of creative action methods in group work to explore issues, make theatre or work within challenging contexts.

Breaking Barriers Workshop from Tony Cealy

Who is this for?
People interested in using drama and theatre as a tool to explore personal and social issues, and for people who want to gain new skills to fulfil their obligation and commitment to the people they serve. The course covers exercises with explanations, instructions and suggestions to help you develop your own style and approach. The creative action methods can be readily adapted to a wide range of settings with adults and young people.

The course is a resource for: performers, youth workers, social/health workers, PSHE specialists, drama graduates, project managers, community workers, artists, workshop leaders, teachers, theatre practitioners, creative art therapists, counsellors, mental health workers, team builders and special needs workers.

No previous drama experience is necessary however a willingness to actively explore new methods of working is an essential requirement. This will also be an opportunity for professional development, networking and skill sharing so as to enable continued high standards of good practice.

For myself, I always find these training courses a great shot in the arm, as I have the privilege of watching another cohort of people discover the incredible possibilities of my practice. Usually I have people from all walks of life – activists, social workers, teachers, actors, youth workers, directors, you name it – and the diversity of the group often becomes a great networking resource in itself.

Courses running this year (2017)

Home

  • London 14th – 15th January 9.30am – 4.00pm
  • London 4th – 5th February 9.30am – 4.00pm 
  • London 25th – 26th February 9.30am – 4.00pm (full)
  • London 11th – 12th March 9.30am – 4.00pm (full)
  • London 8th – 9th May 10.00am – 5.00pm  (full) 
  • London 19th – 20th May 10.00am – 5.00pm (spaces)
  • London 27th – 29th September 10.00am – 5.00pm  (full) 
  • London 7th – 9th November 10.00am – 5.00pm (spaces)

Away

  • 21st – 24th March        Columbia
  • 18th – 21st  April          Bahrain
  • 16th – 19th May            Costa Rica
  • 10th – 14th August        El Salvador
  • 2nd – 9th   September   Mexico
  • 12th – 14th September New Zealand
  • 26th – 28th September Greece
  • 3rd – 9th October       Australia
  • 14th – 18th November   Paraguay
  • 25th – 19th December   Slovenia

All participants receive a free TRAINING MANUAL on completion. Limited amount of reduced rates available. 

To book and secure your place via  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/breaking-barriers-a-3-day-intensive-creative-arts-training-course-tickets-36272152986

To see examples of this training course click the links below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3wr38_VF_eU

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bx0W5hMPYf0

Teaching teachers in Uganda http://vimeo.com/75845244

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beyond Resistance

A training course for Facilitators  in dealing with Resistance

This highly practical hands-on course is particularly suited to frontline workers, youth offender teams, teachers,  facilitators and workshop leaders who want to acquaint themselves with the challenges involved in working with ‘hard’ groups within prisons, hospitals, probation centre’s, youth clubs, pupil referral units and holiday schemes. You will be able to experience, practise and learn a variety of techniques in managing and dealing with resistance and disengagement in challenging settings.

The facilitator has to perform radical and innovative functions. It’s different from a director, teacher, youth leader, a shaman, cultural activist, therapist or a joker, yet it borrows aspects of these roles.

The facilitator needs to select the most appropriate games, exercises and techniques to bring out the best of the group, which means looking at the geographical, social and cultural context of the workshop session.

The facilitator needs to know enough about participants’ situations to reasonably assess how they’re likely to respond to different stimuli.

How does the facilitator deal with the challenges involved in working with ‘hard’ groups behind closed doors? What does a facilitator do? What are the nuts and bolts of facilitation?

Who is this for?
People who are in related professions such arts practitioners, social care, therapy, mental health, education, community arts or personal development as well as students and trainees in such professions.

Applications are also encouraged from social inclusion partners who are interested in understanding the role and value of arts-based practice to the groups they work with.  It is also for group leaders and anyone who works with difficult groups.

The training covers techniques with explanations, instructions and suggestions to help you develop your own style and approach. The techniques can be readily adapted to a wide range of difficult settings with adults and young people.

No previous experience is necessary however a willingness to actively explore new methods of working is an essential requirement. This will also be an opportunity for reflective practice, professional development, networking and skill sharing so as to enable continued high standards of good practice.

  • London UK 31st January
  • London UK 6th February
  • London UK 20th March (full)
  • London UK 10th April (full)
  • London UK 12th May (Spaces)
  • London UK 24th June
  • London UK 15th July
  • London UK 5th August
  • London UK 9th September
  • London UK 28th October 

£59

All Participants receive a free TRAINING MANUAL on completion.

To book and secure your place download application form here

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/beyond-resistance-training-for-facilitators-teachers-and-group-leaders-tickets-31761284858?aff=eac2

Participants from previous courses

“Having attended many courses, programmes and seminars over my twenty years of employment within various facets of the Criminal Justice System I must say that the course was the most informative, creative and enjoyable event I have ever attended.”

Steve Simpson – Haringey Youth Offending Team      

“The course was both inspiring and an eye-opener. Working with other professionals gave us a rare insight into working in this field. I feel more confident and aware of the realities and opportunities available in working with challenging groups, or other groups of vulnerable young people.”

Rachel Headman – Outreach Manager, The Prince’s Trust

“Well worth the journey, a fantastic course. Meeting a brilliant group of people and building a pretty awesome network of contacts.”

Janet Campbell – Education Feltham Young Offenders Institute

“I got an in depth insight into the work of the drama facilitator in relation to the theatre work with awkward groups and a fantastic wealth of skills.” Mandy Harman – Multi-Arts practitioner, Haringey Youth Service

“A valuable opportunity to share practices and approach between arts and youth offending professionals.”

Homed Husain – Arts and Community Development Officer, London Borough of Merton

“It was a fantastic opportunity for me, as an arts coordinator, to reflect on how ‘I do’ workshops with awkward groups and individuals – a rare and valuable chance to explore and discuss the dynamics of working with young people and the arts. Go!”

Tricia Fairey – Team Leader Nacro Lambeth

“This training was well focused throughout each day. Tony brings something fresh and unique to the course.  Working with him created a powerful experience and allowed me to refine many ideas for dealing with resistance in the future.  The training was well thought out, comprehensive and A LOT OF FUN!”

John Ephelin – Musician, Barrier Breakers

“The course was engaging, informative and has motivated me to want to deal with resistance and awkward groups in more confident ways.  Tony was approachable and inspiring. 

Sarah Bakerline – Community Projects Director, Refugee Youth London

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Deep Democracy

Picture a community in which uprisings break out in your neighborhood and the council consult and call in a theatre company to bring calm to the disorder. This workshop is training for that community. Visualize a different sort of improvised theatre that is about using collaboration and conflict to awaken its citizens into deeper democracy of social action. 

This workshop uses creative processes to explore how theatre can engage with the world, can get political without being political theatre because in this workshop no one viewpoint is championed but rather all voices are valued.

The aim of this workshop is to help us wake up to the stories and processes that are alive within us, within our homes and communities, so that we can consciously support their unfolding and engage in a vivid and dynamic conversation with every aspect of our work.

This workshop is for people who dare to dream, for people who dare to change the world—and who know that their dreams can come true. Its open to anyone and everyone who has the imagination and passion for reinventing our world; rabble-rousers, insurrectionists, agitators, revolutionists and rabid dreamers.

If you want to use Theater in political, cultural, social or creative work this workshop will offer a good introduction to the techniques and methodology of group processes.

No theater or drama experience is necessary

Taking place in London UK 10.00am – 5.00pm on: Saturday & Sunday 22nd & 23rd July 2017

Training cost Concessions – £35 / Individuals – £45 / Organisations – £65 Spaces are limited.

To book and secure your place download application form here

 

 

 

 

Sociodrama workshop London

Are you interested in know what this is and how you could use it in your practice?

Please click this link for further information and to book:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/sociodrama-and-action-methods-taster-tickets-21379989123

 

 

 

 

Robust Games & Exercises for difficult groups & individuals

This exhaustive hot-peppered One Day workshop uses harmonizing techniques for teachers, facilitators and others who work with groups that might be labelled as awkward, resistant, rebellious and problematic.

The techniques are both fun to play and engaging. They hook in participants using activities that are exciting and challenging.

How do you use social learning, cognitive and behavioral theories in active exercises that provide engaging, challenging and memorable experiences for difficult groups and individuals?

What kinds of games and exercises can illicit skills, tactics and approaches to identify new ways of dealing with old problems and helps people ‘see the point’ of an exercise?

Taking place in London UK 10.00am – 5.00pm on:

15th February 2017 (full)

19th March 2017 (full)

18th April 2017 (full)

13th May 2017 (spaces)  

8th September 2016 

4th November 2016 

 Concessions – £35 / Individuals – £43 / Organisations – £50 Spaces are limited.

To book and secure your place download application form here

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/robust-games-exercises-creative-arts-trainingpsychology-of-games-tickets-31762108321?aff=eac2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

the MECHANICS and SCIENCE of DRAMATIC IMPROVISATION – how and why it matters.

A guide to the essentials of getting people to improvise creatively and without stress, working from games through to impro and beyond.

This improvisation workshop is for improvisers and non-improvisers who are interested in developing, maintaining and extending their skills around some of the essential grammar of dramatic improvisation in long form. The methods will be a mixture of games, exercises, and structured improvisations.

The focus for the workshop will be Ensemble and Narrative Skills with particular reference to two of the fundamental basic grammar or aptitudes within improvisation practice identified as:

  • Tension
  • How it makes us look at something on stage, there are only two reasons why an audience would look at something, one is they want to know what happens next and the other is they want to know the truth of what is going on. Those are two reasons I can think of in why anyone would watch anything!! If one or two of these ideas are not catching the audience they won’t really want to watch. It about know how to play a scene in which the audience will continue to watch.
    • Progression

    (Man comes into the door with gun!) if they just stand there and do nothing, then nothing happens, then the tension dissipates and disappears. There has to be progression and dramatic tension working together. something has to happen, the man has to take someone hostage or the group of people he has accosted have to come round to his side in order to create a story or a narrative progression, that keeps one or two of these ideas alive, e.g. One is they want to know what happens next and the other is they want to know the truth of what is going on/what they seeing. In order to do long form improvisation you have to solve the problem of progression, if you don’t then it’s just something is happening that is short that is going on for a very long time.

    We will also touch on how we create action, use attitude to our advantage and play with the concept of the ‘shift’.

    Performers need to learn that when something happens in a scene, we the audience are interested in the impact of that thing happening on the other characters and often improvisers don’t clock that so they don’t react, they don’t allow themselves to be moved or changed by the thing that has happened and that’s why this thing of shifting and being changed is so important and crucial point of learning and such a problematic one, and is problematised in part by sketch comedy, often a lot of sketch comedy relies on people not being changed or moved by anything/someone, and that is essentially funny.

    The aim is to use improvisation in order to discover through spontaneity a different kind of insight into social conflicts for drama in theatre. This workshop will be a great opportunity to be different, expect a range of games and exercises to extend your knowledge of what is possible in improvisation, and what you are capable of creating. We will be exploring dramatically what decisions made by you as a improviser heightens or lessens situations and stories that intrigue the audience.

London UK 14th May 10.00am – 5.00pm 2017

Training cost – £32

To book and secure your place download application form here

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-mechanics-and-science-of-dramatic-improvisation-tickets-31780647773?aff=eac2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other Examples of training’s;

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Education 4 Liberation WORKSHOP

I have developed a series of popular education techniques for exploring experiences of Oppression.

This intensive hands-on one-day workshop uses complementary approaches based on concepts of the organizing practices of Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed (TOO).

This workshop will be of particular relevance for educationalists, therapists and arts practitioners.

We will actively explore how to use Augusto Boal’s techniques to empower ourselves or others who are marginalised in society.

Training dates for 2016 to follow soon.

To book and secure your place download application form here WIG

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INVISIBLE THEATRE WORKSHOP

An intensive fun-packed charged weekend workshop suited to people who want skills experience & knowledge in creating issue-based scenes that are performed in public without the public knowing the scenes have been staged.

Come and lose yourself within the mysteries of invisible theatre and learn techniques of the Theatre of the Oppressed and those pioneered by Augusto Boal, Keith Johnston, Clive Barker and many others.

Training dates for 2016 to follow soon

The workshop costs £60.00 Spaces are limited.

To book and secure your place download application form here WIG.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Invisible Theatre Workshop in assocaition with Global Skills XChange

25th 26th & 27th September 2017

A workshop to explore this secret theatre technique aimed at provoking social debate on current issues.

The purpose of invisible theatre is to make a point publicly or gain a sense of what the reaction may be to your story.
Games and exercises will lead you to a solid understanding of the process and possibly a showing (although this is
unconfirmed as the ‘performing’ must be invisible!)
For further information go to:http://globalskillsxchange.net/

 

Examples of other training courses are shown below by clicking on these links:

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30 Responses to Training

  1. Segun Akingbola says:

    Hi Tony,
    I am an actor and I am looking at different types of theatre/drama based work to delve into and I came across your page via The Arts Alliance website. My query is, do you work with other actors or only on your own? How did you get into this line of drama – based work? Do you take people on as co-workers?

    Segun

  2. claire wallace says:

    i want to train as a drama workshop faciltator using applied theatre techniques can you please send me more info

  3. Karen says:

    Hello Tony Cealy.

    I am interested in participating in some of your workshops. How can I find out if there is still space available?
    Have you got an e-mail address that I could contact you on? I live in Norway, so it would be better to e-mail you than to phone you. I couldn’t find any further contact information here on this site..

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    Wish you a happy sunday.

    Best regards

  4. Sharon says:

    Hi Tony

    Do you have any workshops/training planned for 2014 in the UK? Many thanks

    • Tony Cealy says:

      Beyond Resistance
      A training course for Facilitators

      on dealing with Resistance

      This highly practical hands-on course is particularly suited to (drama) facilitators who want to acquaint themselves with the challenges involved in working with ‘hard’ groups within prisons, hospitals, probation centre’s, youth clubs, pupil referral units and holiday schemes. You will be able to experience, practise and learn a variety of techniques in managing and dealing with resistance and disengagement in challenging settings.

      The facilitator has to perform radical and innovative functions. It’s different from a theatre director, drama teacher, youth leader, a shaman, cultural activist, therapist or a joker, yet it borrows aspects of these roles.

      The facilitator needs to select the most appropriate games, exercises and techniques to bring out the best of the group, which means looking at the geographical, social and cultural context of the workshop session.

      The facilitator needs to know enough about participants’ situations to reasonably assess how they’re likely to respond to different stimuli.

      How does the facilitator deal with the challenges involved in working with ‘hard’ groups behind closed doors? What does a drama facilitator do? What are the nuts and bolts of drama facilitation?

      Who is this for?
      People who are in related professions such arts practitioners, social care, therapy, mental health, education, community arts or personal development as well as students and trainees in such professions.

      Applications are also encouraged from social inclusion partners who are interested in understanding the role and value of arts-based practice to the groups they work with. It is also for Facilitators, artists, teachers, directors, workshop leaders and activists and anyone who works with difficult groups.

      The training covers techniques with explanations, instructions and suggestions to help you develop your own style and approach. The techniques can be readily adapted to a wide range of difficult settings with adults and young people.

      No previous drama experience is necessary however a willingness to actively explore new methods of working is an essential requirement. This will also be an opportunity for professional development, networking and skill sharing so as to enable continued high standards of good practice.

      3 remaining courses running this year (2014) 10.00am – 6.00pm

      London UK 28th March
      London Uk 25th April
      London UK 2nd May

      Training delivered by Tony Cealy. Training cost £40.00

      All Participants receive a free TRAINING MANUAL on completion.

      For more information please contact http://www.tonycealy.com
      07956 877358

      Breaking Barriers

      A creative arts Training course specialising in:
      Augusto Boal techniques
      Improvisation
      Devising
      Performance
      Facilitation
      Youth Arts
      Exploring issues;
      Arts within Criminal Justice Settings
      This highly practical hands-on course is particularly suited to people who want to experience and practise a variety of creative action methods in group work to explore issues, make theatre or work within challenging contexts.

      Who is this for?
      People interested in using drama and theatre as a tool to explore personal and social issues, and for people who want to gain new skills to fulfil their obligation and commitment to the people they serve. The course covers exercises with explanations, instructions and suggestions to help you develop your own style and approach. The creative action methods can be readily adapted to a wide range of settings with adults and young people.

      The course is a resource for: performers, youth workers, social/health workers, PSHE specialists, drama graduates, project managers, community workers, artists, workshop leaders, teachers, theatre practitioners, creative art therapists, counsellors, mental health workers, team builders and special needs workers.

      No previous drama experience is necessary however a willingness to actively explore new methods of working is an essential requirement. This will also be an opportunity for professional development, networking and skill sharing so as to enable continued high standards of good practice.

      London courses cost £70.00 (£60.00 if booked 3 months before course starts)

      All Participants receive a free TRAINING MANUAL on completion.

      30th May
      31st May
      1st June

      For further information visit http://www.tonycealy.com 07956 877358

      Robust Games & Exercises for difficult groups & individuals.

      This exhaustive One Day workshop uses harmonizing techniques for teachers, facilitators and others who work with groups that might be labelled as awkward, resistant, rebellious and problematic.

      The techniques are both fun to play and engaging. They hook in participants using activities that are exciting and challenging.

      How do you use social learning, cognitive and behavioural theories in active exercises that provide engaging, challenging and memorable experiences for difficult groups and individuals?

      What kinds of games and exercises can illicit skills, tactics and approaches to identify new ways of dealing with old problems and helps people ‘see the point’ of an exercise?

      Taking place in London UK on

      30th March

      27th April

      4th May

      2.00pm – 7.30pm on

      Each workshop costs £25.00 Spaces are limited.

      http://www.tonycealy.com + 44 (0) 7956 877358

      The Mechanics of Improvisation

      How to facilitate improvisations, including open and closed impro’s, devising and performances

      A one day training course for those who want the essentials in getting people to improvise creatively and without stress, working from games through to impro and beyond.

      The training covers:
      Introduction to the principles of creative play, collaboration, spontaneity and the unconscious mind
      Simple drama games (both familiar and unfamiliar) which show these principles in action
      How and why certain drama games work as they do for different ages / groups.
      Improvisation; an overview of the different ways it can be use including improvisation for group self-discovery, for education, for devising and also how dancers and musicians use improvisation as well as actors.
      Taking place in London 9th May 2014

      £25 Concessions £40 Individuals £50 Organisations

      For booking information visit http://www.tonycealy.com

      07956 877358

      Education 4 Liberation
      WORKSHOP

      Arts Practitioner, Tony Cealy has developed a series of popular education techniques for exploring experiences of Oppression.

      This intensive hands-on one-day workshop uses complementary approaches based on concepts of the organizing practices of Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed (TOO).

      This workshop will be of particular relevance for educationalists, therapists and arts practitioners.

      We will actively explore how to use Augusto Boal’s techniques to empower ourselves or others who are marginalised in society.

      Taking place in London UK 10.00am – 6.00pm on 23rd May 2014

      The workshop costs £30.00 Spaces are limited.

      For course guide & to book contact http://www.tonycealy.com or info@nohbudgetfilms.freeserve.co.uk + 44 (0) 7956 877358

      Augusto Boal Training

      Rainbow of Desires Workshop

      This two-day training workshop will enable participants to use techniques from Augusto Boal’s Rainbow of Desire to explore internal oppressions or “cops in the head”.

      The theme of the training will be Conflict.

      Rainbow of Desire, an Image Theatre technique, is a technique similar to Cop-in-the-Head. Where Cop uses games and exercises to recognize and confront internalised forms of oppression, Rainbow of Desire deals with conflicting needs, desires and wants among individuals and explores power relations and collective solutions to concrete problems.

      This is a method and set of techniques that is especially useful for teachers, educators, social workers, psychologists, mental health professionals, community activists and other group leaders who work with marginalized and disadvantaged populations, who have been victims of bias, discrimination and oppression.

      Rainbow of Desire is intended to examine conflict within groups, and to seek ways to resolve those situations of conflict.

      Concessions – £50 / Individuals – £70 / Organisations – £90

      Led by http://www.tonycealy.com

      Dates: Friday 27th & Sunday 29th June 2014 10.00am to 6.00pm & 2.00pm – 7.30pm

      For workshop guide and booking form contact http://www.tonycealy.com

      At the end of the workshop we will ‘develop & launch’ ROD practice group, where others will meet on a monthly basis to ‘try –out’ practice and learn other techniques from Boal’s arsenal

      INVISIBLE THEATRE WORKSHOP

      An intensive fun-packed charged workshop suited to people who want skills experience & knowledge in creating issue-based scenes that are performed in public without the public knowing the scenes have been staged.

      Come and lose yourself within the mysteries of invisible theatre and learn techniques of the Theatre of the Oppressed and those pioneered by Augusto Boal, Keith Johnston, Clive Barker and many others.

      Taking place in London UK 16th May

      Friday 10.00am – 6.00pm

      Led by Tony Cealy

      The workshop costs £35.00 Spaces are limited.

      For workshop information guide and booking form go towww.tonycealy.com or contact

      + 44 (0) 7956 877358

  5. Joe says:

    Hi Tony

    I am from NZ and very keen on attending your workshop when you make it out here in September. Which city(ies) will you be visiting?

    Cheers,
    Joe

  6. Joe says:

    Hi Tony

    I am from NZ and am very keen on attending your workshop when you make it out here in September. What city(ies) will you be visiting?

    Cheers,
    Joe

    • Tony Cealy says:

      Hi Joe
      From what I have managed to find out it will be a whistle stop tour of Gisborne and Wanganui.

      Are these near you?

      Tony

      • Joe says:

        Two beautiful and diverse spots.

        Yes, Wanganui is fairly close by.

        Thanks

        • andy dolling says:

          Tony – you are coming to Whanganui! That is great!
          Who is your contact person here? I would love tell people about it – there is a great need for theatre of oppressed here.
          cheers

          • Tony Cealy says:

            Hi Andy

            If your still interested I have new training workshops for you, you can see them all on my training page on my website.

            Best wishes

            Tony

  7. Dan Hales says:

    Hi Tony,

    I am in Australia and I am very keen on attending your workshop when you make it out here later this year. Can I ask where the workshop will be held, and how I might apply.

    Thanks, Dan

  8. Julia Brown says:

    Hello,
    I am very interested in your workshop coming up at the end of the month. Is there still room? I am a Canadian theatre artist and teacher. I have recently worked on a forum theatre piece here in Canada and am looking to deepen my understanding Boal’s techniques. I will be teaching in Brixton during the month of June and would love to participate in your workshop if you still have space.
    Kind Regards, Julia

  9. Sarah Chase says:

    Hi there, excited by all your courses!
    Anything for August or beyond this year?
    Thanks
    Sarah

    • Tony Cealy says:

      Hi Sarah

      I’m working abroad until mid September, will devise new dates for the autumn soon….watch this space
      Is there anything particular of interest?

      Best wishes
      Tony

  10. ND says:

    Hi I’d like to find out if /when you will be running your forum theatre/theatre of teh oppressed workshop in 2015?
    Thanks

  11. Sally Lattin says:

    Hi Tony I am living in Mexico until January next year and possibly longer. I don’t really speak Spanish but I am wondering if you know of any theatre of the oppressed work that is happening here in Mexico over the next few months or into next year. I have googled and Google Bing Google Bing and found nothing that isn’t operating out of the states. Bit of a paradox I reckon but anyway. Would you mind emailing me if you have any information please that would be awesome. Great to see the work happening around the world many thanks,
    Sally

  12. Michelle West says:

    Hi Tony are you running any workshops this year, and if so can you provide me with the details please?

    Thanks

  13. Geissilene says:

    Hi Tony
    We’ve just spoken on the phone. Thank you for getting back to me.
    Please keep me informed of future training.
    All the best
    Geissilene

  14. Lindsay says:

    Hi Tony,

    Do you have any upcoming trainings?

    I have been unable to attend or the trainings have been full for the previous sessions, so I’m eager to see if there’s anything else coming up!

    Thanks,
    Lindsay

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