Acting Script in Hand

Acting Script in Hand


What is it about?

Acting in staged readings requires a special skill. This workshop will enable you to develop techniques to help you turn a reading into a performance. By the end of the workshop you should be able to perform in a staged reading with confidence. You should also have developed the skill of ‘cold’ reading – which is particularly beneficial when taking part in auditions.


When and where?

The workshop will take place at Milton Road Library on Ascham Road, Cambridge, CB4 2BD

from  10 am to 3pm on Sunday, 13th November 2016.


How do I book?

Please, e-mail your name and contact phone number to

You will then be sent the bank details and asked to pay £10 to secure your place.



Who is it for?

This workshop is suitable for actors needing a boost of confidence with their auditioning techniques or those wanting to gain or improve their skills for staged reading and performing new writing. Whilst taking part in this workshop does not guarantee you a part in future WRiTEON productions, this is a great way of other actors, producers, directors and writers getting to know you and you getting a feel for what WRiTEON does in a safe, learning environment.


Who will be running this workshop?

The workshop will be facilitated by Pam Jenner who has been an associate lecturer in drama at Anglia Ruskin University for the last three years whilst researching for a PhD in twentieth century theatre. She directs, acts and produces with WRiTEON. Pam is an accomplished theatre director and has directed at many different venues, including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the Camden Fringe and the King’s Head theatre pub in London. She also edits an arts newsletter for an international organisation Renewal Arts. Pam is used to teaching a range of abilities and makes her workshops fun and useful!