The DAW annual Summer School is an intensive week of theatrical learning, with like-minded people, and led by some of the country’s leading theatrical practitioners. Content is relevant to the amateur theatre community, but challenges existing habits and nurtures new approaches, techniques and practices.
Each year DAW selects a venue which offers the accommodation, workspaces, catering and social evening requirements which go into making a successful Summer School. We work hard in offering these elements at as low a price as possible.
Summer School 2017
Dates for this year are Monday 17th July until Saturday 22 July, held at Broneirion House. The tutor will be Jennifer Scott-Reid GoDA.
Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA)
Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM)
Member of the British Psychological Society (BPS)
BA (Hons); MA (Anglia); MA (Keele)
Over 30 years experience in all aspects of theatre, including several productions at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Co-founder, artistic director and actor of 'Act Too' and 'Drama Queens'
Further details to be announced.
Payments can be made monthly by contacting Sue Jones email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accommodation and workshops will be held at Broneirion Country House which is set in four acres of grounds and situated in a beautiful valley of the upper reaches of the River Severn. Its peaceful and picturesque location overlooks the village of Llandinam, in Mid Wales. The hospitality and food were brilliant last year, with the bar staying open as late as we wanted. www.broneirion.com
If you'd like to know more about previous Theatre Summer Schools, please see the Theatre Summer School History page, or the Theatre Summer School photo albums.
If you've attended Theatre Summer Schools in the past and would like to share your memories and/or photos on our pages, please do get in touch.
Updated December 2016