This week we look at past photographers, filmmakers & theatre companies that have booked our Brighton studios for their creative endeavours.
Ridiculous, rowdy and quick-witted…Shit-faced Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at The Warren is the comic relief everyone needs right now.
In light of the recent developments with the Coronavirus outbreak, we have taken the decision that it is best we closed from Fri 20th March until future notice.
One-Eared Dog productions came into the studios to film a comedy guide to acting to promote their play ‘Have You Head About Guy?’
Copperdollar Studios’ owner has been praised by Silver Magazine for her post-stroke dance and movement techniques.
Copperdollar Studios was built in mind as a space to inspire the creation of art and movement. We have been fortunate to have CryHavoc Theatre using The Stable for their rehearsals. The theatre company is co-ordinated by Artistic Director, Claudine Sinnett, who has worked in many UK theatres and also the Edinburgh Festival and Brighton…
Photographer and collaborator of Copperdollar theatre company, Stephanie Maciuk, returns time and time again to use Copperdollar Studios as her creative space.
Copperdollar Studios had the pleasure of welcoming Most Curious Productions to rehearse for their Fringe show, The Hunters of Ghost Hall.
Actor and hypnotherapist, Amy Coutts, returned to Copperdollar Studios to give us her ‘Artist’s Insight’. After coming to Brighton to start teaching English to international students, Amy is also immersing herself in the city’s diverse creative scene. In our meeting, she revisited her acting memories and what inspired her to start on her pathway to…
Draw to Perform is an international community of artists collaborating to display drawing performances in workshops and residencies around Brighton & Hove. We spoke to the curator and director, Ram Samocha, about his experiences of using the studio space and how the history of Copperdollar Studios was reflected in some of the performances. Photography…