Other Activities

Postgraduate Experience in Performing

Both campuses of Eurythmy UK are strongly committed to developing and promoting Eurythmy as a performing art.

Talented Eurythmy graduates from all over the world are given the opportunity to practice and develop their skills. This includes active involvement in forming programmes, rehearsing, directing, lighting design, costuming, and planning their tours.

If you are interested, please contact Maren Stott / Rita Kort (at the Eurythmy West Midlands Campus) or Sigune Brinch / Georgie Howlett (at the Peredur Eurythmy Campus) directly to discuss details and to arrange an audition.

Assistance with applying for a Volunteer Visas can be made available if the correct criteria are met.

Postgraduate Development and Individual Projects

Both of our campuses support postgraduate professional development on an individual basis:

  • If you are a newly qualified Eurythmist, who is not seeking stage work, but is looking for further development opportunities in the art of Eurythmy
  • if you are a trained Eurythmist on a sabbatical, looking to refresh your own creativity and movement
  • If you are a trained Eurythmist with a personal project in mind, looking for mentoring

Pease contact Sigune Brinch / Georgie Howlett (at the Peredur Eurythmy Campus) or Maren Stott / Rita Kort (at the Eurythmy West Midlands Campus) directly to discuss individualised options.

Short Courses / Workshops in Eurythmy for adults

Both campuses of Eurythmy UK offer intermittent short courses / workshops for:

  • Prospective adult students (introductory summer course)
  • The public
  • Qualified Eurythmists

Sometimes these courses / workshops are part of the four-year Vocational Training in Eurythmy, which are being made more widely available.
Please see our campus specific noticeboards on this website for further information and how to apply.

Regular open classes in Eurythmy for adults

Eurythmy UK is committed to creating opportunities which let adults of all ages enjoy moving to speech or music and experience the feeling of wellbeing, which Eurythmy brings.

Please see our campus specific noticeboards on this website for further information and how to apply.

Performances and other contributions to public life

We are fully committed to sharing the art of Eurythmy with the wider public.
For events please see our campus specific noticeboards on this website.

Contact us

Email: info@eurythmyuk.org

Telephone: 0330 055 2842

Address:
Eurythmy UK,
Peredur Centre,
West Hoathly Road,
East Grinstead RH19 4NF