Acting Voice and Presentation Training
Acting Voice and Presentation Training hosted by Ellis Jones, former Head of Acting and Vice-Principal at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA). Teach Yourself Acting offers no-nonsense one-to-one and group coaching for new and seasoned actors, and for non-actors needing to upgrade their presentation skills.
What we offer
Coaching with a top professional tutor on a real-time, one-to-one basis. Available to non-actors and actors alike at sensible prices. If you’re seeking help with a tricky presentation, or you’ve an important audition coming up, we can make a difference very quickly. PLEASE NOTE: THROUGHOUT THE CURRENT VIRUS OUTBREAK, ALL TYA COACHING WILL REMAIN AVAILABLE ON LINE.
ARE YOU IN AMERICA? Or anywhere outside the UK? If you would like to explore actor training based in the “classical” British theatre tradition, we’re here on Zoom, Skype and telephone. Drop us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get right back to you!
LOOKING FOR A GIFT IDEA? Why not give a TYA class as a present? For example, a one-to-one acting class for a budding actor, or a voice class to give speaking confidence? Amazingly good value, from £45 for a one-off session. Just drop us an e-mail. email@example.com
The TYA Audition Surgery team members have been at the receiving end of auditions literally hundreds of times, and have witnessed many disasters – but also the start of many wonderful careers. This is your chance to tap into their experience and skills.
LATEST NEWS: CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK to TYA audition coaching clients starting full-time training this autumn: CHRISTIAN SEARCH at Mountview Academy, ISABELLA AINSLIE at Guildford Scoool of Acting, and TOBY SEDDON at Arts Education. Also to LILY RICE at Rose Bruford and MILLY POTTER at the National Youth Theatre.
Meanwhile, salutes are due to RADA graduates from Ellis’s time steering the training at Gower St – to INDIRA VARMA for the richly deserved Olivier Award as Best Supporting Actress in PRESENT LAUGHTER, and to EDWARD BENNETT for not only actually getting onstage in these challenging times, but attracting rave reviews during October in Harold Pinter’s BETRAYAL in a socially-distanced run at Bath Theatre Royal.
And look out on television for TOBIAS MENZIES returning as Prince Philip in THE CROWN on Netflix, and for Cardiff’s finest transatlantic export MATTHEW RHYS in the title role of HBO’s PERRY MASON on Amazon. On terrestrial and “catch up” channels, you can still watch BERTIE CARVEL’S spooky performance in “The Sister” (ITV) and O.T. FAGBENLE in the re-launch of MAXXX on Channel 4.
You don’t have to be an actor to make a strong, impactful presentation – but acting skills can be really useful, and can be learned. Our bespoke presention training is tailored to your (or your company’s) individual needs. The training is comprehensive, discrete – and we recognise challenges of work are changing in the current pandemic climate, for example in the need to comunicate effectively via Internet media. Please contact us for an entirely free consultation.
Help with a specific dialect or accent, direct coaching via phone or Internet with a leading London professional. London dialect coaches Helen Ashton and Sarah Shepherd are on hand to help.
What does it cost?
For one-to-one acting classes we offer a “try-out” one-hour session (either in person or via Skype) for £45 ($60 US) so that you and we together can decide the best way forward for you. Further classes cost £60($80 US) per hour, or £100 ($130) for a two-hour session.
Other courses vary, depending on the length of the course and size of the group.
Actors who trained at RADA during Ellis’s time as Head of Acting are everywhere. Ellis supervised the training of a remarkable generation of performers including Sally Hawkins, Maxine Peake, Matthew Macfadyen, Matthew Rhys, Ioan Gruffudd, Tom Hiddleston, Danny Mays, Eve Best, Bertie Carvel, Ben Whishaw and many more.
Contact us today to find out how we can help you.
Call us on +44 (0) 7778 456 193 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for free friendly advice.