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Audition Doctor provides bespoke acting classes that are tailored to your individual needs; helping build confidence for your next audition in TV, Film or Theatre.
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One To One Coaching
Coaching for Actors
Build confidence for your next audition in TV, Film or Theatre.
Audition Doctor offers 1-2-1 coaching tailored to your individual needs.
Drama School Applicants
My aim is to give each student, not only their best fighting chance to secure tenure, but to begin a better understanding of their own strengths and weaknesses and how to work with them.
“Guildhall was my dream. Not only did I manage to get recalled to the second and third round..they offered me a place! Going to Tilly was obviously the best choice I ever made and I would not have got in without her!” Whoopie Van Raam
“I honestly couldn’t have done it without her. I will be starting at the Oxford School of Drama in September” Tara Howard
Audition Doctor offers three different coaching packages to cover all ranges of abilities and experiences: Professional Actors | Drama School Applicants | Public Speaking for Business
Tilly Blackwood is an experienced working Actress and regular Acting Coach at the renowned Actors Centre in central London where she works on a one to one or group basis offering weekly Audition Masterclass and Theatre Acting Classes.
Latest News from the Audition Doctor
In an article for the Independent entitled “How to tell good acting from bad acting”, Christopher Hooton wrote: “An actor's job is to know the breadth of human possibility and the depths of his or her own possibilities. He or she must pull from this well and surprise...
Recently, there have been several articles where both actors and directors have spoken about how important an audience is in a play’s growth and development. Ralph Fiennes said: “It’s in front of an audience that I start to really learn what I’m doing. You rehearse,...
Emma Rice, new artistic director of the Globe, spoke in the Telegraph about her mission of getting rid of the idea that Shakespeare was something audiences felt that they had to endure as opposed to enjoy. “There’s a lot of theatre, some of it Shakespeare some not,...
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