‘Alone Together’ will be a semi-improvised mini-series following the lives of a small class of year 12 pupils as they check in, via video conferencing software, with their form tutor over the first 50 days of lockdown.
Meet Company 1
Do you know your mother’s story? What about her mother and her mother? In a world where history is so often told from the male perspective we are going to follow the bloodline and see where it takes us.
Suzanne Parke (MAVS: RCSSD, PG cert Acting: Drama Studio London, BA Theatre Arts: Antioch College) is a teacher, performer and coach with more than twenty-five years’ experience in the world of voice, speech, performance and drama training.
We are looking for an articulate, thoughtful and excellent written communicator to join our small and dynamic team.
Peer Productions are looking for a first class communicator who has a passion for providing creative opportunities for talented young actors from a wide range of backgrounds.
Wow… where to begin?
These first two weeks of induction at Peer Productions have been nothing short of inspiring. This is not only down to the amazing cohort of young actors we have this year and the bond we have created in such a small space of time, but the support from the industry professionals leading our course which is stunning.
As another year draws to a close, we are delighted to share with you last year’s annual report which is a testament to the hard work and determination of staff, trustees and our young artists. Click on the image below to find out more.
Peer Productions’ Artistic Director Nina Lemon has started work on an exciting new collaborative project working with academics and practitioners from Kent and Surrey universities to explore creativity in Autistic girls. “I was first approached by Dr. Nicola Shaughnessy from Kent University almost two years ago regarding her development of an Arts and Humanities Research […]
As our team prepare to revive our sex education play Losing It for the International Youth Arts Festival we talked to two of Peer Productions’ 2017/18 cohort of actors have been reflecting on their roles in Losing It: a play about coming together and falling apart. Here they discuss the representation of LGBTQ+ characters, both in Losing […]