Elliott Reeves Giblin shares his top tips for Drama School audition preparation to give yourself the best chance of attaining a place on a programme.
This section contains all the how-to articles budding theatre makers can use to help hone their craft.
Elliott Reeves Giblin talks to us about what to think about before you audition for Drama School and where is best for you to achieve your true potential.
Harriet Wilson talks about her tactics for grabbing the best budget theatre seats for plenty of shows across the West End and beyond!
Nathan Benjamin tells us about what to look for in your potential actors when directing auditions and what are the best steps to a great casting.
Pippa Moss tells us the best steps for successfully navigating repertory theatre and surviving what is a long, gruelling, but ultimately rewarding process.
Harriet Wilson discusses her experience with amateur dramatics and what you can do in order to get yourself started in the theatrical world.
Donna Day explains how to complete bruise make up for your cast to make them look bloodied and bruised after a dangerous run in.
Pippa Moss discusses the difficulties with getting to grips with a difficult stage character as an actor and how to disassociate yourself afterwards.
Harriet Wilson discusses how awful opening nights can be and some helpful tactics for relieving the stress as a theatre director.
Bringing an audience in to see your play is vital to a long and happy run. Donna Day discusses the tactics you can use to help entice an audience.