We are bringing Aitor to Liverpool for one of his world renowned workshops! Open to all levels.
If you don't know who he is, just take a little gander below.
Firstly, here is some important info:
When: October 14+15, 10:00-17:00
Price: £100 Early Bird (Until September 8th) or £120
To book your place please email: email@example.com
Places are limited so book soon!
AITOR BASAURI, Spymonkey Founder and Joint Artistic Director, is one of the most sought after teachers of clown and physical comedy in the world.
His Spymonkey masterclasses in London, Europe and New York regularly sell out, and is a staff tutor at the Ecole Philippe Gaulier in Paris, and for Cirque du Soleil’s Cirque du Monde foundation in Las Vegas.
He has taught at New York Clown Theatre Festival, Celebration Barn Maine, The Clown School LA, Chicago Shakespeare Theatre, Las Vegas Theatre Hub, and at universities, institutes, and festivals to students, professionals and clown doctors all over the world including Madrid, Berlin, Damascus and Taipei.
Aitor studied at the Centro Andaluz de Teatro in Seville and at the Philippe Gaulier School in London. He has performed in every Spymonkey show to date, including Stiff (1998), Cooped (2001), Zumanity (for Cirque du Soleil 2003), Moby Dick (2009), Love In (2011), Oedipussy (2012) and The Complete Deaths (2016). Acting credits include The Servant of Two Masters (Sheffield Crucible 1996), Axomate (Seville Expo 1992), Eulenspiegel (1991) and in Karl’s Kuhne Gassenchau’s Grand Paradis and Stau (Zurich 1997 and 1998). He directed Little Prince for Donkey Productions (1997), Un Vento Impetuoso for La Canoppia (1996) and Meci Y Me Fui for Pez Enraya ( 1997). In 1999 he appeared in Circus Knie, the Swiss State Circus, and in 2000 formed his own company Punto Fijo, based in Bilbao. He also appeared in Cirque Images’ 2003 series ‘Solstrom’ for Bravo Cable Network, performed in Zumanity – Another Side of Cirque du Soleil at the New York New York Hotel Casino, Las Vegas, 2003-05, and in Bertold Brecht’s Senor Carrera’s Rifles at the Young Vic, directed by Paul Hunter (2007). He has worked as physical comedy director for Sacha Baron Cohen on ‘Grimsby’ (2014) and Chichester Festival Theatre’s ‘Mack & Mabel’ (2015).
Spymonkey was founded by Toby Park, Petra Massey and Aitor Basauri in 1997. With their dark, edgy physical comedy rooted ‘somewhere between Monty Python, the Marx Brothers and Samuel Beckett’ (The Houston Chronicle), and a quartet of performers from Spain, Germany and England, Spymonkey have proved to be a truly international phenomenon, enjoyed by and accessible to a wide range of international audiences.