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Monologues Unlocked

Tue. 7 July 2020

Thu. 16 July 2020

Thu. 23 July 2020


Join Madeline Appiah for a four-part course approaching, unpicking and performing monologues.

Madeline Appiah is a TV, stage and radio actress who stars as Idris Elba’s character’s wife in the award winning comedy series, In the Long Run. She has acted in other TV productions such as EastEnders, Partners in Crime, Holby City, Gavin and Stacey and The Bill. On stage, she recently starred as Zelma in Tina Turner The Musical with her previous accolades including roles in Romeo and Juliet / Macbeth (for younger audiences); Here We Go; Welcome to Thebes; The Merchant of Venice and The Taming of the Shrew.

In Part 4, participants of the Monologues Unlocked sessions present to a panel of industry experts.

Part 1
Tuesday 30 June 2–4pm

Part 2
Tuesday 7 July 2–4pm

Part 3
Thursday 16 July 2–4pm

Part 4 – Presentation
Thursday 23 July 4–6pm

Click here to book your place.

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

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