Halloween theatre workshops

Halloween theatre workshops

Halloween theatre workshops for ages 11 – 18 years

Calling all young actors and theatre makers:

As the nights are drawing in, join us for a thrilling theatrical adventure, packed with physical theatre, characterisation, makeup and fun!

Using theatre techniques we will create blood-curdling characters and scary scenes; expect vampires, zombies, werewolves and worse… Tell a ghost story and create a deathly atmosphere… You will have the chance to develop Halloween characters, trying out costumes and makeup to chilling effect. We will also bring a healthy dose of comedy to the proceedings, finding out if you can be scary and funny at the same time!

The Last Baguette is an international theatre company, making fast-paced, irreverent physical comedy. The company was formed in Paris in 2009 by graduates of the Philippe Gaulier and Jacques Lecoq schools, out of a shared love of comedy, bakery and horror. After performing in France, Switzerland and Canada, we are now company in residence at the Pound Arts Centre in Corsham. We run weekly workshops for young people at the Pound, and regularly create performances. These special Halloween theatre workshops accompany our production Dracula – A Terrifying Comedy, touring the Southwest in October 2016.


Bradford on Avon

Tuesday 13th September 6.30 – 7.30pm (Bradford on Avon Youth Centre)
Tuesday 20th September 6.30 – 7.30pm (Bradford on Avon Youth Centre)
Tuesday 27th September 6.30 – 7.30pm (Bradford on Avon Youth Centre)


Tuesday 11th October 4pm – 6pm (Corsham Community Campus)
Tuesday 18th October 4pm – 6pm (Corsham Community Campus)


Wednesday 19th October 4.00 – 6.00pm (Town Hall in the Hub)
Saturday 22nd October 1.15 – 3.15pm (St Mary’s Hall)

Participation is free, but limited workshop places are available – reserve your place by contacting Sidney on 07597 601589, email us at or find us on Twitter: @TheLastBaguette

Includes free ticket to see Dracula – A Terrifying Comedy at a venue near you.

Supported by Malmesbury, Corsham and Bradford on Avon Local Youth Networks, Arts Council England, and the Wallace Curzon Charitable Trust.

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