Sunday Limber Keep your skills sharp


Sunday Limber

Key Information
  • Cost

    Member Subscription: £58.24 per month (£6.98 per hour)
    Pay As You Go: £16.50 per session* (£8.25 per hour)

  • Times

    This is a weekly session on Sunday mornings. The session will be in two sixty minute sessions with a ten minute break running 09:30-11:40.

  • Dates

    The sessions run throughout the year with the exception of December 24th & 31st 2023.

  • Location

    Downside Road, Bristol

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We all know that vocal and physical stamina as a performer needs to be maintained. These weekly sessions will give you a two-hour movement, voice and acting limber every Sunday morning.

Become a member of BOVTS to access ongoing training sessions for actors. These weekly sessions are a two-hour movement, voice and acting limber. You will be guided through practical training covering
– Vocal warm-ups to enrich your vocal technique
– Movement classes to harness the power of physical performance
– Analysis and performance of classical as well as contemporary text

The sessions are suitable for experienced actors looking to re-energise their performances, as well as for emerging actors seeking to develop their skills for professional performance. Sunday Limber can expand your acting experience, whether you are looking to boost confidence in your performance, preparing a monologue for an audition, or seeking to practice techniques you learned in drama school. It is also an invaluable opportunity to meet and network with fellow performers in Bristol and the South West.

There are limited places available and the sessions are membership based. Members pay a monthly fee and are entitled to attend all scheduled sessions, also gaining other benefits such as BOVTS merchandise and discounts on all BOVTS shows. If you are not a member but wish to attend, you can book a one-off session up to 7 days in advance.

Membership costs

  • Places are limited and we recommend subscribing to the monthly membership rate of £58.24 per month (£6.98 per hour).
  • *Any remaining spaces will be released on the day, five minutes before the scheduled start time, as a Pay As You Go rate (£16.50 per session – £8.25 per hour).

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1. Do I need to be a professional actor or have any prior formal training to participate in Sunday Limber?

No, there are no formal training or professional credits required in order to take part. Attendees should be aware that the classes are designed and run like those experienced during full time drama school training and are aimed to be accessible to professionals within the industry as well as those wishing to increase their knowledge. Therefore there are expectations of professionalism during your time at BOVTS. The aim is to bring together performers at all stages of their careers and keep them in touch with fundamental practice.

2. I am currently an acting student. Is this programme suitable for me?

Yes, you will be trained by a professional voice and acting coach who can guide you on general and specific training.

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Course Leader

Becca Daltry

Becca graduated from the MFA in Voice Studies at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, and has since been working with Institute of the Arts Barcelona coaching voice and accents. Becca excels at working alongside professional, and emerging-professional voice users, to nurture and highlight their story-telling capabilities. After training as an actor at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama she has loved working in the industry across devising, acting and puppeteering, and is looking forward to exploring a combination of practices with local Bristolian creatives, she is very excited to be leading the Sunday Limber for Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

Credits include; Voice, Accent and Dialect, Voice into Text Coach at Institute of the Arts Barcelona. Voice Coach at Bristol School of Acting. Applied Voice, Accent and Dialect, Voice Coach at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School (Summer Foundation Course). Loam at Main Stage Bristol Old Vic Theatre (assistant voice coach). Stockholm at The Wardrobe Theatre (Voice and Embodied Voice practitioner). The Meaning of Zong at Main Stage Bristol Old Vic Theatre (cast warm up). Last Days of Judas Iscariot at The Station (assistant voice and dialect coach).

I’m constantly delighted by the talent, commitment and drive of our students. Their curiosity and joy in the work gives us all energy and keeps me on my toes! Carol Fairlamb, Head of Voice