Acting with Cassie Bradley at Nonsuch Studios

Sunday 19 February, 2pm – 5pm. Brush up on your drama skills and bring words to life with the Nottingham-born Coronation Street star Cassie Bradley. Suitable for 16-24 year-olds

Brush up on your acting technique with Coronation Street’s Cassie Bradley. You’ll learn how to make words come alive in this no-pressure workshop suitable for beginners as well as those who may have some experience already. Come along and see what you might be able to learn from one of the UK’s finest actors, who came straight out of Nottingham!

About Cassie Bradley

Cassie is an actor and voice artist from Nottingham. She started her career at the National Theatre in Sam Mendes' King Lear and Marianne Elliott's Husbands and Sons. Television includes: Wolfe (Sky), Natalie Watkins in Coronation Street (ITV), Mary Magdalene in Jesus: His Life (History/Amazon), Leigh-Anne Carr in Casualty (BBC), McDonald & Dodds (ITV), Jinty Morgan in The Coroner (BBC), Suspects (Channel 5) and Torvill & Dean (ITV)

Cassie is currently leading the BBC's DH Lawrence season Tainted Love for BBC Radio 4 and BBC Sounds (BBC Audio Drama Awards Finalist 2022). As a voice artist, she created the role of Nara in CHORUS (voice and motion capture) for XBox, Playstation and Google. She works extensively across radio, video games, animation and audiobooks. Credits include: Assassin's Creed: Valhalla, Sky News, How To Find Home (Audible), BBC Radio and Paper Avalanche (Audible). Cassie is a passionate advocate for working class actors. She works with outreach programmes at the National Theatre, Luminary Bakery and Arts Emergency. She regularly contributes to articles and panels campaigning for greater opportunities for actors from low socioeconomic backgrounds. 


About Young Creatives Nottingham

Founders of the Young Creative Awards, Young Creatives Nottingham (registered charity number 1168804) champion the development of the city’s budding artists through workshops, mentorship and showcase opportunities. Since its inception in 2009, Nottingham’s Young Creative Awards has been an annual fixture in the city’s calendar: a big, bright burst of originality; inspiring, supporting and celebrating young creative talent in Nottingham. Over 4,500 entries, more than 350 awards. The annual competition is open to 11-24 year-olds working, living or studying in Nottingham.

This workshop is free, booking is required.

Please note that this workshop takes place up a flight of stairs.

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The Young Creative Workshop series is supported by public funding by Arts Council England, and is sponsored by Nottingham Art Club by Nottingham BID.

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Acting with Cassie Bradley

Nonsuch Studios

Sunday 19 February, 2pm – 5pm

16-24 year-olds