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Join Estella Daniels for a two-part holistic approach to the world of acting. Using simple techniques and experiences drawn from her own career, Estella Daniels will help build a simple toolbox to enhance your creative process. It all starts with you.

Estella Daniels is a stage, television, radio, short film actress and dancer, best known for her role as Nala in Sinbad. Daniels has worked extensively in theatre, performing in Racing Demon at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, Iya Ile at the Soho Theatre, Calico Jack in Treasure Island at The Theatre Royal, Festa at the Young Vic and more. Daniels also appeared on TV series 1 and 2 of Da Vinci's Demons, Death in Paradise, Father Brown, Ashes to Ashes and the short film Fush: politics.

Workshops and masterclasses in Utopia Theatre’s Creative Hub are for people of African origin aged 16 and above.

This workshop is in two parts:

Part 1 – 11 July 11am
Part 2 – 1 August 11am

Click here to book your place.

On 14 August, Estella is also holding one-to-one sessions – three participants only for this amazing opportunity to have 10 minutes each with award Estella.

Click here to book for a one-to-one.

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