Natasha from Storynory held another Audio Dramatic Workshop on the 16th of February at The Cockpit Theatre, Marlyebone for children in the local area.
She taught drama and storytelling skills based on ‘A Little Red Riding Hood’ to the children. Children rehearsed the scripts to practice reading their characters parts out loud, before recording their stories in the studio as a live piece of audio.
Once in the recording studio children learnt about audio sound recording from Storynory producer Hugh Fraser. They also received voice-over tips from Natasha, before performing their story in front of a broadcasting microphone.
Once they had performed their stories, children had the chance to listen back to their performances, gain feedback, and perform a final dramatic version recorded as an MP3*.
The recording of group one appears above, and group two follows on a separate page.
Storynory would like to thank the children who gave such excellent energy and readings of the fairy tale on the day. We would also like to thank the Cockpit Theatre, Richard Scott and Lola O’Sullivan from ASQ Education for their help in running the workshop.
If you would like to find out more about Storynory Audio Dramatic Workshops that we offer in Theatres and Schools, please contact: