“Thanks for your course at the Actors Centre yesterday. I thought it was great and very informative and what I think made the session so good was your delivery which was full of enthusiasm whilst making a connection with all of us. I note that you have a great voice which was energised all the time…”

Silas Morrison


Actor / Voice Coach

“I’ve just come back from Rome, what an amazing experience! I was in a scene with Mark Wahlberg and Michelle Williams and my lines were directed to her. Ridley Scott was super nice and put us actors at ease… Looking backwards to your workshop, I have to say that it definitely helped me. I was aware of everything that was happening on set, who was who and what their job was. Although I was very nervous, I felt confident on set and relaxed take after take. Your workshop was interesting and straight to the point. You are an engaging talker and your stories are never boring and stick in your head. Your tips, very valuable.”

Alex Marchi



“I just wanted to thank you for putting on the ‘What to expect on the set’ workshop. I found it very insightful and it has cleared up a lot of questions I had about being on set. The handout is really helpful to glance back on and read through again and again. Also I really enjoyed meeting you and hearing your anecdotes; after all, you learn by doing it and listening to those gave me a little insight into the experience. So thank you.”

Corrina Jane



There’s no ‘I’ in Improvisation

A very fun, often funny and fully interactive introduction to improvisational acting, where the focus is on developing the group mind and cooperative, ensemble thinking. In other words, why “working together” is essential to good performance… and in life!


This is a course built around a personalized technique. Perfect for keeping the performance tool sharp, these ongoing or drop-in”acting workouts” are designed to be faced paced, fun, and energizing. Consider this an actor’s workout session.

What to Expect on the Set

This course takes actors through all the ins and outs of working on a professional film/television set, stage or studio. Acting schools train actors to perform but few new actors are prepared to come onto a real working production with an experienced crew… until now.