DO YOU WANT TO GET MORE FROM YOUR PERFORMING CAREER?
LEARN THE TRANSITIONAL VALUE OF YOUR SKILLS AND HOW THEY WILL HELP YOU TO GET WORK IN OTHER AREAS OF THE INDUSTRY AND BEYOND?
Here’s why you should you attend the Performer Branding and Further Development masterclass on Jan 19th:
Focus on the business side of ‘show business’ and help define your brand and gain confidence in that brand and you as a product
Understand social media analytics so you know how to target your followers as well as how to use social media tools that will save you time with scheduling and content creation.
Explore the benefits of cost efficient and easy to execute paid social advertising for your work related projects
Tap into your brand and body of work to produce content that is eye-catching to directors and agents. We will help generate ideas so you always have content that is easy to share and make your #actorslife more lucrative
Find and maintain that ‘performer buzz’ when you are not performing. Turn that ‘plan b’ into your parallel career. That side passion can be your additional income around performing
Look at the skills that you have learnt as a performer and find the transitional value in them and how to apply these skills to other areas of employment.
WHO IS THIS MASTERCLASS FOR:
Graduates, performers, theatre company owners, artists, musicians, fire breathers!
By knowing your ‘brand’ and gaining the confidence in ALL your skills you will stand out in the casting room or at that audition.
The next open Performer Branding and Further Development Masterclass will be on Sunday February 25th at The Audition House. Tickets are limited so make sure you purchase your nows.
The Masterclass can also be found on Eventbrite as well.
Other upcoming Masterclasses:
Open Masterclass Friday Jan 19th 2018 SOLD OUT
Friday January 26th 2nd year performing arts students only
Sunday February 18th
Monday February 26th 3rd year students only
Jamie has helped create content, run paid social advertising and manage and implement social media & marketing strategies for West End Musicals such as Motown, Matilda, Jersey Boys, Addams Family, Stomp and Jersey Boys and for several UK Musuems and Galleries
He has worked with several artists as well as with authors, bakers and colleges to work on branding, content creation and social media
He has been featured on the website Journalism.co.uk as well as writing features for Broadway World UK, A Younger Theatre, Cineworld and Coby Phillips.
As a presenter and entertainment and social media correspondent he has covered events such as the 2017 Olivier Awards, Raindance Film Festival, Show Boat the musical press night, Daddy’s Home 2 movie premiere, Meridian Radio and From Page to Stage press launch to name but a few.
T/C's - No refunds on tickets a week prior to event - Refunds will be given if the event is cancelled - Photos and/or filming may take place at the masterclass and by purchasing a ticket you consent to being in the images and video