Corn Exchange


BLOSSOM OPEN: Yoga, Movement and Voice Workshop
Tuesday to Friday, 3rd to 6th July  

For both professional and aspiring artists and performers of all disciplines, facilitators, yogis, players.

Summer is the best time for your creative energy to come to its fullest expression. Join Annie Ryan and brilliant guest teachers to explore your creative source from the inside out in this four-day workshop.   

Mixing yoga, meditation, voice work, movement technique and ensemble improvisation and play, this is a rare opportunity to tap into the power of your awareness, the joy of play and your creative potential as it opens.   

Leinster Cricket Club, Rathmines

€170 (or €340 for both workshops)

“A superb few days with gorgeous people and in a gorgeous atmosphere. I feel re calibrated and encouraged to let the creative juices flow.” Sarah Cruise, participant in Spring Awakening Workshop


Monday to Friday, 9th to 13th July

for Professional Performers – both new to the style and experienced  

This utterly unique, dynamic training, the starting point of much of the company’s repertoire like Dublin By Lamplight and Man of Valour, will blow your mind and stretch your acting skills to the hilt. 

Annie Ryan, through The Corn Exchange, has been honing the technique for over 20 years into a much celebrated and valued practice in Dublin. Within a nurturing environment, this work cultivates high expertise in character work, physical embodiment, creation of character image, make-up masks and acting.  

An invaluable tool for performers, the workshops encourage fully embodied play with great bravery, compassion and rigour.  

Monday to Friday, 9th to 13th July

Leinster Cricket Club, Rathmines

€220 (or €340 for both workshops)

“This technique creates amazing space for play; where the actor is invited to work in a world with endless possibilities and vast imagination while maintaining deep focus and clarity. It is rare that one learns so much while workshopping with a company and I have found their fundamental principles applicable to all of my subsequent endeavours as a performer.” Louise White, theatre-maker and performer 

“The work is specific, subversive and humane. It is exhilarating and challenging to explore as a performer and delightful to behold as a viewer.” Marian Quinn, film-maker 


TO APPLY: Please email a CV or description of your latest work to



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