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Run by Actors for Actors

Welcome to Fuse Creative Network! 

Supporting your career through professional development workshops and our industry network.

Fuse Network workshops have small group sizes of a maximum of 18 attendees, so everyone gets the opportunity to shine.

We believe in creating an ensemble dynamic, so actors must attend a full block of workshops before being eligible for 'drop-in' classes. This ethos makes the Fuse Creative Network stronger as a community.

"A fantastic investment for actors" 5 star review, read on Remote Goat

Venue: The Raindance Studios, home of the incredible Raindance Film Festival and the British Independent Film Awards. We are delighted to be working at Raindance, the venue has such a great creative buzz, and we hope that you're as excited as we are!

Based on feedback from both actors and casting directors, we are extending the workshops to a whopping 2hrs 45mins!!!

New times:
Afternoons: 3pm-5.45pm and Evenings: 6:15pm-9pm

Here's the lineup:

Wednesday 17th July - Alison Solomon (book)
Wednesday 24th July - Lee Mountjoy (book)
Wednesday 31st July - Andrea Clark (book)

All workshops take place at Raindance Studios near Charing Cross, central London

We have Afternoon (3pm to 5:45pm) & Evening workshops (6:15pm to 9pm), you must commit to the same time for the workshop block. The workshop is 2hrs 45mins long and there is a networking tea/coffee break between workshops, with free tea & coffee!

When applying you must book a "Block" of workshops, choose from:

Whole Block - £180 new applicants (£170 for Returning Performers)
Block A - First 3 Workshops - £100
Block B - Last 3 Workshops - £100

Apply for the current block NOW Fill out the form here

You can email us with any questions.

Looking forward to seeing you all soon! 
Gemma, Lou-Lou, Mark & Sam

FuseLondon is run by actors for actors. In consulation with FuseLondon (now Fuse Creative Network) in October 2010 The Casting Director's Guild released some guidelines for workshop producers we support and fully adhere to these guidelines so that actors and casting directors alike can be sure they are in safe hands!

The CDG would like us to make you aware "The intent of the workshop is educational and should not be considered a job interview or audition. Attending workshops is not a way to obtain employment as an actor. The presence of a Casting Director is neither a guarantee nor a promise of employment."

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