Actors Space – An acting workshop presented by Reading Operatic Society
Reading Operatic Society are excited to announce its next workshop on acting!

Delivered by Jeffrey Barnett, Actors Space will help you with warm ups, dissecting scenes as a group, workshopping both monologues and group scenes, time to reflect and evaluate and give you the opportunity to perform a mini showcase of your work at the end.

About Jeff

Both of Jeff’s parents were actors, his father ran a revue company and taught Jeff everything from opening the curtains on cue to follow spot, make up, lighting and stage management. Jeff’s proudest moment was after a performance of Fiddler on the Roof when his dad said Jeff was finally better than him. Jeff says he never wanted that but was so happy to know that he thought that Jeff was “good enough”. 

Director (Professional) credits include Oliver, Annie, Funny Thing Happened On The Way to the Forum, West Side Story, South Pacific, On The Town

Film credits include Bridget Jones (Edge of Reason), Little Britain All Season 3, Sir | Topham Fat

Television and Radio Credits include Thomas & Friends Musical Tour, Basil Brush Show, Madonna Pop Video (Sorry), Casualty, Cardinal Wosley, Henry VII

Theatre Credits include principal roles across Fiddler on the Roof, Thomas & Friends, South Pacific, Little Shop of Horrors, Cabaret, Half a Sixpence, Hello Dolly, Brigadoon, Oliver and many more.

Ticket Information

£12 for non-members of Reading Operatic Society
£10 for members of Reading Operatic Society and current cast
All attendees must be 16+.

How to Book

There are only a limited number of places for this exclusive workshop, so book now to avoid disappointment! All attendees must be 16+.

You can book using Ticket Source (where a small transaction fee will also be added to the booking). Alternatively, you can talk to either Jennie Dick, Delun Jones or David Parsonson ( about a BACS transfer or paying with cash, to avoid the transaction fee.

November 24 @ 12:30
12:30 — 16:30 (4h)

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