Quill & Inkling

Theatre Company

Our aim is very simple: to provide exciting theatrical experiences.

We are passionate that theatre has something to offer to everyone, and we wish to make our productions and projects accessible to as many people as possible by taking them out to rural communities as well as more established venues.

Through being creative with our resources and establishing effective partnerships in the public and private sectors we wish to keep prices affordable to all. By embracing the theatrical experience we hope to enthuse young and old alike with dynamic retellings of classic tales as well as bringing exciting new writing to life. 

Clowning Workshop

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Clowning Workshop


The Art of Laughter

To be funny one must laugh at themselves.
Explore the different techniques and approaches to physical comedy and clown. Through character development, improvisation and everyday situations, you might just find the clown in you!

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  • When: Sunday 19th May 2019

  • What time: 10:30am - 4:30pm (Arrival from 10am)

  • Where: The Garage, 14 Chapel Field North, Norwich, NR2 1NY

  • Who will be leading the workshop: Roxanne Browne

Tell me more about Roxanne:
Roxanne Browne trained for two years at Ecole Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq in Paris. Before that, she obtained a 2:1 in (BA) Drama at the University of Manchester.
She is now a touring actor and Artistic Director of Bric à Brac Theatre company regularly touring new and devised work whilst at the same being a freelance workshop facilitator running, predominately, Lecoq style workshops.
Roxanne has a wealth of experience in the education system as she spends her time regularly touring interactive shows with the Phileas Fogg Theatre Company in the Netherlands to help Dutch students with the English Language and in London schools working for one of the UK’s leading Drama in Education companies: BigFoot Arts Education. Through such companies, she has delivered workshops based on the National Curriculum and current PSHe topics: for example, World Book Day, Safer Internet Week, poetry, healthy eating, English literature and Anti-Bullying week.
Roxanne also has a vast amount of experience facilitating her own theatre workshops to people of all ages in a number of different countries and places: Cambridge, Birmingham, Oxford, Paris, London, China, Thailand and Taiwan. Her sessions include the exploration of physical theatre and comedy, devising techniques, storytelling, clown, mask, the Jacques Lecoq technique and many more tailored workshops.

Student discount available