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. We also offer intensive Saturday morning workshops in London for seasoned actors to equip you with a vocal, physical and text regime to advance your confidence on stage and at auditions.
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 a chance for you to share in the lessons they have learned over the years.
Making powerful, impactful presentations is something you too can learn. By taking simple steps such as reorganising your breath control and and adjusting your posture we can give you skill and authority to make yourself heard in your professional life. Make sure your audience pays attention, takes notice of you and what you have to say with our bespoke presentation training, tailored to your individual needs.
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.
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, Tom Hiddleston, Danny Mays, Ben Whishaw and many more.
Contact us today to find out how we can help you in your acting career, whether you’re starting out or finessing your established skills. Or if you’re not an actor, looking to develop your presentation and public speaking impact.