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Level Two Dark Clown 14-17 May Online, Peta Lily Company

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If you have done Peta Lily's  'Clown & Dark Clown' course, you can take it to the next level!

‘This is what life is: not a rom com, not a Pepsi commercial. This work is socially relevant … the art of being human.’ - Clown Doctor, Geneva 2013 

Go deeper and explore! 

Further build your comedy skills, Grow more comfortable with your 'edges'. Build confidence with your audience relationship. Stretch into imagination. Enjoy the vitality and release. 

Plus more chance to explore the Dark Clown Scenarios:

Somali Pirates, 'Horror Is', Eco Horror, Body Horror, The Beloved, Consumer Guilt, The Menu: 'For Her', Pageant Horror, Make-up Rabbits, Downy Ducks, Kidrophobia, Fox and Maiden and more ...

LEVEL 2 Dark Clown course is open to people who have done Peta Lily's Clown & Dark Workshop* 

APPLY NOW: email peta[at]petalily.com with: first and last name, 2-line biog (just a bit about your background), the country you are based in and your mobile number.

WHEN:

Fri 14 May 2021 2.00pm - 5.00pm UK time (BST) 

Sat 15 May 2021 2.00pm - 5.00pm UK time (BST) 

Sun 16 May 2021 2.00pm - 5.00pm UK time (BST) 

Mon 17 May 2021 2.00pm - 5.00pm UK time (BST) 

East USA - friendly time - check your local time zone

WHERE: ONLINE - by Zoom 

WORKSHOP PRICE:£169 (lower price than normal workshops because you already invested in Clown & Dark Clown, yay!)

or book by 29 April and save £50!

Early Bird Price just £119

'Dark Clown work opened my eyes to the comic potential in the "dark side" … buzzing with ideas and creativity.' Ian Marchant, Juggler* 

Dark Clown work is always taught in the first instance on the Clown & Dark Clown course, where the work and the necessary skills are introduced carefully and respectfully.

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