Every session of Babel’s work aims to do three things
Unpack social, philosophical and psychological ideas
Improve physical, textual and creative skills
Develop confidence, engage inspirations and enrich imaginations
Whether that is in workshops and residencies or our own rehearsals.
This page will detail some of the ways we engage with performers and communities interested in our work.
dates coming soon
We look at getting into our bodies and out of our head's, away from some of the difficult feelings we all have.Physical theatre wellbeing workshops exploring how we can release stress, anxiety and other mental health challenges through play, working as a group and trust. Giving ourselves a focussed period to CONNECT with ourselves and each other and find a sense ofpresence in our daily lives.
For information on upcoming CONNECT workshops please email firstname.lastname@example.org and say Hi.
REGULAR PHYSICAL THEATRE TRAINING
Artistic Director Joseph Lynch leads regular laboratory workshops exploring the Babel processes of physical actor training and theatre making, in an attempt to challenge and share the theatre making craft and to begin developing a community of performers who share the same vocabulary.
AUTUMN 2018 APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN!
We will be holding another Lab Project in Autumn 2018. If you feel you would like to be involved and/or learn more, please send a CV and expressions of interest to email@example.com
Babel: a confused noise made by a number of voices; a confused situation
Nights: the period between afternoon and sunrise