Improve your Italian through Drama Techniques

Workshops at the Italian Cultural Institute in London designed for Italian learners.

ITALIAN & DRAMA November 2019

Sundays 24 November and 1st December  (h 12 – 16.30)

You know the moment when you are in Italy and you try to speak Italian, but everyone keeps replying to you in English? Or you are chatting away to your Italian friends, but you suddenly get stuck?

Learning Italian through drama techniques can help you to be confident, to manage communication breakdowns, and handle long silences. There is no need to have any previous experience of drama techniques, it is just a different way to strengthen what you are learning in your language course.

What is involved in the drama workshop?

We will be working with voice, body-language, pronunciation and intonation through a series of dynamic activities. We will use techniques employed by professional actors to help you to avoid getting stuck while you speak Italian. You will be able to memorize expressions and find the right words at the right moment in a range of common situations.  Come and try!

Even though grammatical analysis of the language is included, this is not a traditional class, as we will focus on building your self-confidence through different and dynamic activities and with lots of fun!  It is just a different way to learn, there is no need to have experience in drama.
(Level of Italian: from B1).

£ 50 each session, £ 80 two sessions together
20% OFF for students at The Italian Cultural Institute.

Info and enrollment: Italian Language Services at Italian Cultural Institute – 39 Belgrave Square London SW1X 8NX
email: courses@icilondon.uk  Tel. 020 78231887

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