Dewi Hughes Raises Our Voices

March 14, 2012 in Classes, Recommendation by the salon:collective

actors: speak!

Voice and Speech drop-in classes run by Dewi Hughes


 “Thank you so much for simplifying a year of drama school voice work for me!  It all makes sense now!” Megan Hockley

Drop-in Voice Classes

(every Wednesday at 6:30-8:30)

Sessions are booked through a private group in Facebook or via the email below, and a 24 hour cancelation policy is in operation. Classes are £10 and function on a first come, first served basis.

Click to book via Facebook here!

If you have any questions you can email Laura on:

These classes will help you to understand your speaking voice: how to make it stronger and clearer, and how to deal with whatever acting demands of you vocally.


These classes will cover:

Breath: An expressive voice needs a free and powerful breath: we will work on using natural impulses to develop and strengthen your breathing muscles.


Resonance: Exploring your resonance will give your voice ever more richness and variety, and help you match your voice to different spaces with ease.


Articulation: One of the marks of an accomplished actor is their ability to speak with clarity and ease. You will work on releasing jaw tension and improving the precision of your articulators.


Text: All of the work we do to develop your speaking voice will be put to practical use through on text.


Actors are not employable without a voice that can express their internal life. Too often an actor commits wholeheartedly to developing emotional range, but this remains trapped inside without a voice that is powerful and flexible enough to express it.

Dewi Hughes

 Dewi Hughes is the Head of Voice at Drama Studio London. He has also taught at several prestigious actor-training colleges, including Arts Educational Schools LondonLondon Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, Drama Centre, and the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. He has provided voice coaching for plays at the Duchess Theatre (West End), and theLillian Bayliss Theatre (Sadlers Wells), amongst others.



“Thanks for allowing me to discover my voice.” Laura Maria Nicosia


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