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We have a wide range of courses, workshops and interactive talks for all ages and interests.

NEW COURSES COMING SOON

NEW COURSES COMING SOON

PAST PROJECTS​

Obviously, The Egg Assembly is a pretty new kid on the block, so this section will grow as we continue to produce new work!

However, to give you a flavour of the kind of work the team has created before we’ve put together a little taster. If you want to know more about our current projects, check out the SHARE space and our socials…

 

useful stuff

handy links

Be passionate, be curious. Here are some links we think you’ll find really helpful…

audacity

Free, open source sound editing software, as used and taught on the Summer Assembly project Echoing.

the egg theatre

The physical sister building of the Assembly! Keep up to date with all the comings and goings here.

CodeToday

Interested in coding? This non-profit organisation is an excellent place to start, with dedicated courses for all age groups.

ZOOM

We’re sure you all know this by now, but Zoom is the leader in modern enterprise video communications, with an easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, chat, and webinars. We use Zoom’s K12 provision, information on which is available on the Zoom website.

PADLET

A simple and intuitive productivity app, Padlet aims to be familiar and fun. It is designed to work the way your mind works – with sight, sound, and touch, adding posts with one click, copy-paste, or drag and drop. 

handy downloads

Follow the links for some useful PDFs and other downloads…

Introduction to Text Analysis

Often the text of a play is the actor or director’s starting point in the search for answers about character or action. This is an outlining of the foundations needed when mining a text for answers!

Written by Sophie Jacobs-Wyburn, originally for Theatre Royal Bath Theatre School training sessions.

Speaking Verse

A brief exploration of the tools we can use to understand verse, and learn to speak it with clarity and purpose. This includes explanations of common (and sometimes confusing!) terms you might hear when people talk about verse or poetry, and some exercises to help make sense of it all…

Written by Sophie Jacobs-Wyburn, originally for Theatre Royal Bath Theatre School training sessions.

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