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Casting for Screen

We are delighted to have Jonny Boutwood deliver his first workshop for us in Manchester, after many successful workshops for us in London.Find out more>>

Classical Speech Surgery

Royal Shakespeare Company Director and Cheek by Jowl Associate Director Owen Horsley, leads a workshop for professional actors during which you will work on a Classical Speech of your choice. Find out more>>

UK Regional Accents in Action

Are you confused when a breakdown asks for a 'Northern' or a 'mild London' accent? Just where are The Midlands and what does a person with a 'light accent' sound like? And how can you stop your Welsh sounding like Newcastle? Find out more>>

Self Taping

This practical workshop with Casting Director Suzy Catliff will look at self taping and discuss the best way to go about it. Find out more>>

Casting for Screen

We are delighted to welcome back Max Grant who is Casting Associate at Amy Hubbard Casting. Find out more>>

On Voice – 2 day intensive

The trouble with the regular On Voice sessions is their time limit. With this one-off two-day event we will be able to go much deeper into the voice exercises and their application to language and text. This will leave you with a memorable experience! 24th & 25th April.

Acting for Games

The video games industry is a huge new employer of actors and yet, as performance in games is relatively new, one that many actors know little about. This workshop is aimed at those who are keen to get into this sphere of work. Find out more>>

Guy Michaels

Getting into VOICEOVER -Guy Michaels is one of the UK’s leading producers of Voiceover Demos. He will be sharing key information about how to build and sustain a Voiceover Career. Find out more>>

Skills for CV: Horse Riding (3 day Intensive)

A popular 3 day horse riding course - for all levels of experience including complete beginners. Find out more>>

Casting for TV: We welcome back Casting Associate Rae Hendrie for this fantastic workshop which will focus on smaller TV  roles. Find out more>>

The Naked Face: Screen Acting Masterclass – This three day masterclass offers a genuinely revelatory experience, an understanding of how the lens of the camera relates to facets of your inner self - and how you can use that to communicate through it on a much deeper level as an actor. New dates added. >>Find out more.
The Tragic Arc - Leading British Theatre Director Simon Godwin (Associate Director at the National Theatre) leads his popular 4 day workshop The Tragic Arc -Find out more>>
On Voice Get 'on voice' and audition ready with this FREE voice limber session. The next session is May 7th >> book here Discount - 10% discount off annual subscription for TAG members! >> find out more
TAG at Spotlight To offer members not just great spaces for workshops but also additional support services we work with Spotlight >> Find out more.
Amy Hubbard on Self-Tapes - Amy shares 5 top tips with TAG on self-taping. >> find out more special offer - 25% discount off monthly subscription for TAG members! >> find out more
Ben Cogan Q&A - Ben shares 5 top tips with TAG on castings. >> find out more
Andy Brierley Podcast - TAG’s Samantha Baines quizzes Casting Director Andy Brierley for our Industry Unwrapped podcast >> Listen
Write Bites - Our Write Bites Radio Play Winner 'Plus One' can now be downloaded for free >> Find out more.
Industry Unwrapped: Simon Pegg   - For those who were unable to get a place on our Industry Unwrapped event with Simon Pegg our event partners Spotlight recorded a short podcast to summarise  

The Actors’ Guild of Great Britain
the actor at the very centre

TAG is the largest membership organisation offering on-going professional development for actors in the UK and the only one that offers an ever evolving collection of workshops & services that is genuinely actor led. From the artistic vision and team of staff, right the way through to the programme of workshops, created by you, the members.

When it comes to on-going professional development we swing the pendulum of power firmly back to the actor and bring our often disparate, nomadic profession together – recognising the voice we are as a collective.

Our greatest strength is the number of uniquely skilled professionals who make up our membership and with that comes an abundance of diversity and opportunity.

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Driven by the community it serves TAG is an independent not-for-profit organisation. Actor built and Actor led.

TAG was founded by a community of professional actors who believed there was a better way to do things. They wanted an organisation that brought together key industry professionals, strict joining criteria and a low membership fee – a centre for professionals.

The fact that you are responding to the needs of us, the actors, is what makes TAG such a unique and effective provider. Clare Cameron, Actress

Rather like an actor is, we too are nomadic. We are not a building, our community uses a variety of spaces around the UK.

This means we are not limited by space and it gives us the freedom to offer the workshops and courses that you request. You could be learning to gallop in Warwickshire one day and on stage, working in the round, the next.

We run a hub at Spotlight throughout the week, offering a focus for our London operation in the heart of the West End – in a building at the very centre of the UK casting scene, as well as other spaces around the South East and North West.

An essential resource for our profession. Timothy West CBE, Actor

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