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One of Priestley's best known stage plays, considered one of the classics of mid-20th century English theatre.  

The play is a three-act drama, set on a single night in April 1912, focusing on a prosperous upper middle-class family who live in a comfortable home in an industrial city in the north Midlands.] The family is visited by a man calling himself Inspector Goole, who questions the family about the suicide of a young working-class woman.  The play has been hailed as a scathing criticism of the hypocrisies of Victorian and Edwardian English society and as an expression of Priestley's socialist political principles. The play is studied in many schools in the UK as one of the prescribed texts at GCSE.

Cost  £40 / Concs  £30


Pair Booking  10% Discount:

Bursary Scheme
Actors Training Studio offers a unique bursary scheme, whereby one student is reimbursed their whole fee at the conclusion of each course. (Minimum enrolment: 12)
Further details here


Ages   Over 18 (no upper limit)

Maximum Particpants  12

Venue
c/o The Red Hedgehog
255-257 Archway Road, London, N6 5BS

Disabled Access   Portaramp, accessible toilet

Location   100 yards Highgate Tube

Contact
Jenny Harris, Administrator
jenny.h [@] actorstrainingstudio.co.uk

                                       About the Play Participation by INVITATION ONLY

If you have attended
-   any
introductory course at Actors Training Studio
-   one of our
Acting Tasters
you may apply to participate.  Capable and/or experienced actors will be offered places.


You may also apply by AUDITION.  You will be asked to perform a monologue and perform some text script-in-hand.


Scene rehearsal of one famous play at a time

Bookings/Enquiries
07710 172477

Professor Henry Higgins makes a bet he can transform a Cockney working-class girl, Eliza Doolittle, into someone who can pass for a cultured member of high society.

PYGMALIAN

by George Bernard Shaw

This famous play was turned into the all-time classic film MY FAIR LADY, starring Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison.

Scripts provided
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