Masterclass in Making Interactive Theatre, 18 – 22 July 2016



In July, we are hosting a week-long Masterclass; sharing Coney’s principles, processes and techniques for making interactive theatre, adventures & play. You’ll learn skills and tools for responsive performance, storytelling, manifesto-making, interactive design, dramaturgy, game design, and of course, adventure-making. At the end of the week you’ll combine everything you’ve learnt to create an adventure, and share it with an audience.

The Masterclass is led by Tassos Stevens, and the work created will celebrate the unique superpowers of everyone who takes part.


There are two options to participate across the week. You can join us for the first 3 days to learn the tools, or the full 5 days to learn the tools and put them into practice for an audience.

The week runs from Monday 18 – Friday 22 July 2016, 10am to 6pm, and we will be held at F H Space, Forest Hill.

5 days – £240+VAT

3 days – £200+VAT.

Concession prices for those in education and/or on low incomes are also available.

Click here for more details and to book your place.

In addition, up to two bursaries are available on application for those of limited means. Drop a line to with MASTERCLASS in the subject line, and we’ll send you more information about how to apply.

If you have any questions or accessibility needs, let us know at

What previous participants have said about our Masterclasses:

‘The discussions that I had with Tassos and the other participants were particularly insightful. It was invigorating to meet so many young people who were making interactive work!’

‘great, loving every minute, not wanting it to end, really enjoying the fact that it is building toward a making at the end of the week, and feeling like it was going to change my practice going forward even in non-interactive work.’

‘I’m grateful to Tassos and to Coney for the opportunity to see inside the workings and discover how games are turned into beautiful and meaningful productions’

‘I’m struggling to articulate how much fun I had and how much I learned over the week.’

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