After 6 weeks of workshops which combined Goldsmiths Vocal Ensemble and members of Filament Theatre Chorus, we are delighted to perform a sharing of work. ‘BALANCE’ is an improvised choral piece inspired by the theme of balance, using Jacques Lecoq’s technique of the plateau as a starting point. Join us for this special one-off performance […]
A wonderful week in Oxfordshire and Derbyshire, sharing a second period of R&D on ‘Rufus Longbottom and the Space Rabbit ‘ found us seeing some truly imaginative work from pupils at Dallimore school inspired by the project. This can all be seen at: www.onceupona.filament-theatre.com. Well worth a look!
2017 is starting as a busy year for Filament. We are joining VoiceLab at Southbank Centre to lead a week-long half-term workshop as part of Imagine Children’s Festival. Using Nordic Folktales as inspiration, we will be singing and writing songs, exploring the world of trolls and giants and the land of the Midnight Sun! Our participants will […]
We are running two two-hour long workshops at Southbank Centre prior to our performance of Earth Makes No Sound.Our ‘choral theatre taster workshop’ will explore the intersections between singing, movement and creativity and will focus on our working methods for creating this piece. Tickets are available from the SBC box office – click here
Osnat and Sabina lead two workshops at Whitechapel Art Gallery on 21st June as part of its family participation programme. Inspired by Francis Upritchard’s children’s commission, we worked with participating families to create the sounds and sights of the Jurassic.
Have a look at our lovely KICKSTARTER video filmed for us by Matt Rozier at Blind Crow and at the incentives for investors in our young persons choir project. They include a special edition of prints by Rob Ryan, a limited edition of individually signed ‘Time Saving Device’ cartoon prints by Toby Stephens, and a […]
We’ve been having a very constructive time with our choral workshop participants in Greenwich, creating abstract duets, rather wonderful trios and quartets and now starting to explore how we might improvise a scene as a group. We have been lucky enough to be joined by Doris who, at 91, is our oldest ever participant and […]