Why do the Drama Workshop?
- Increase your confidence
- Learn how to act entirely in English!
- Full performance of a play in English
- 15 hours of rehearsals and theatre workshops
- Practise drama every day using proven dramatic techniques
- Discover your inner talent
- Teambuild within a group
- Learn new vocabulary
- Improve your public speaking
- Fully immersive experience
Come and study acting in London at KKCL! We offer weekly courses in drama with a complete focus on performance. During the workshop you learn different dramatic techniques, strategies, exercises and games. You also spend much of your time in acting rehearsals (incorporating elements of singing and dancing), all in preparation for a high-quality English theatre performance at the end of the week, entirely in English.
Drama Department at KKCL
As Head of Drama at KKCL, Daniel Zappi organises and runs the drama workshops we offer for students at our Harrow school and summer residences. The courses we provide are tailored for each specific group and include performances from the works of Shakespeare, Charles Dickens and the Canterbury Tales amongst others.
Daniel started his journey when he founded the Oxford World Theatre company to adapt Shakespeare for international students to perform in English. In four years he brought more than 7000 students of all ages and backgrounds onto the stage from Europe and further afield. Having worked extensively teaching drama with CLIL with the Chain Foundation, Daniel is well placed to run the KKCL drama department.
Drama Workshop combined with Go Create! English
The combination of the Drama Workshop and the Go Create! English programme will result in a full and intensive week that could benefit the students immensely and give a wholly integral experience. Whereas Go Create! English focuses on students utilising the English language to do creative-based projects such as filmmaking, radio, or music, the Drama Workshop is a performance-based methodology.
Go Create! English is overseen by qualified native English teachers and the Drama Workshop is taught by industry professionals. All students work can be accessed via our online portal English Club. A typical week of Go Create! is made up of 15 hours of lessons and the Drama Workshop is also 15 hours, making a total of 30 hours of English and drama in a week plus performance.
Drama Related Visits
We also have different options available which could include:
- Top shows and musicals in London’s West End theatres
- Visit to Shakespeare’s Globe theatre
- Trip to Stratford Upon Avon – birthplace of Shakespeare
- Charles Dickens Museum
- Other places of interest related to theatre