The Drawing Theatre is a spectacular fusion of theatre and drawing in a creative workshop designed to inspire and excite. Combining elements of performance and movement, light and sound, you will explore the human figure in hidden spaces and beautiful architecture, turning your inspiration into drawings, collages and mixed media compositions.
Create your own work of art in a life drawing workshop for all levels of ability- exciting, genuinely creative, immersive and unique- join London Drawing for one the most innovative and original drawing workshops in London. Take a look here for images of previous Drawing Theatre events.
The Drawing Theatre is a great and dynamic way of engaging audiences with ideas, concepts and imagery. We have held events and workshops in galleries and arts institutions across London- working with Tate Modern and Tate Britain to develop creative life drawing workshops in the Tate Galleries, The V&A to engage visitors with their artist in residence program, The Design Museum to develop creative drawing workshops with RIBA, Dulwich Picture Gallery family workshops, to name a few.
For more information with regard to working with us to present creative drawing workshops please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join London Drawing for a Drawing Adventure around London's new floating garden. We will be working with performers and models to create a little oasis of imagination in this magical...
Let us take you by the hand into the fabulously atmospheric chambers of The Crypt Gallery for a candle lit life drawing session of sensuality and physicality.
The Crypt Gallery, St Pancras Parish Church, London
The Vaults, London
Body Narratives III May 2016
On the 21 May we presented a day of performance and drawing in collaboration with London College of Fashion MA for Performance graduates Ester Mangas and Tania Ortiz Zamorano.
The workshop began in the Loft space at the beautiful Tanner St with a sculptural piece by Tania inspired by an old folktale from Japanese tradition – “The bamboo cutter’, set to traditional Japanese folk music.
The second half of the day featured a dance piece by Ester, starting in the courtyard, then moving into the Garage. As the performance progressed the movement of the performer released paint from the corset of the dress to smear down it and across the performers body onto the floor.
Massive thanks to Ester and Tania for their brilliant input and costumes, performers Martina Conti and Verena Schneider, Polly and Rosie at Ugly Duck and Cowling & Wilcox for their promotional support. And of course- a massive thank you to all who joined us on the day to make such great creative responses to the performance- what a brilliant day!