Click Productions - Realizing the holistic assets of the arts

 
 

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, involve me and I learn.” Benjamin Franklin

 

 

 

Theatrical Work...

Return to the Forbidden Planet (2015)
NSFW (Not Safe For Work) (2014)
Stags and Hens (2014)
Calendar Girls (2013)
Fawlty Towers (2012)
Beauty and the Beast (2012)
That Face (2012)
Rent (2011)
The Full Monty (2010)
Prawn Paste Is Not Kosher (2010)
Shaken Not Speared (2010)
Romero The Musical (2009)
Into The Woods (2009)
A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum (2008)
Jesus Christ Superstar (2007)
Chess: The Musical (2006)
Hot Mikado (2005)
Richard III (2005)
 
 

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Consultancy Programmes CLICK Consultancy Brochure

Confidence Building Workshops

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Get in touch...

If you would like any information on CLICK, Our Examinations, Creative Arts Projects or any of our productions please contact Audrey on: info@clickproductions.co.uk

 
 

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A huge thank you...

CLICK is independently funded, and I am so grateful to our Angels: Wendy Cook, Alison Cuell, Abigail Gill, Elizabeth Maxwell, David Sanderson, Jenny Whitlock, Ruth Williams, and Mr & Mrs FW Tang for their generosity and support.

CPD AccreditedCLICK Consultancy offers 3 CPD ACCREDITED DYNAMIC TRAINING PROGRAMMES.

These programmes have met the standards for Continuing Professional Development and count towards hours logged.
CPD Provider No.21190
 

CLICK specialises in the design and delivery of bespoke, interactive and experiential learning programmes for soft skills (eg. presentations, networking, coaching), and business skills (eg. conducting appraisals, recruitment, difficult conversations) in organisational and educational settings. Delegates practice, receive feedback and reflect on their performance in supportive surroundings. For teams we also offer drama/dance/combat workshops enhancing group coherence, confidence and personal development.

What makes us unique is our academic content, combined with an active approach to delivery as our facilitators are experienced trainers AND actors.

Current clients include Universities, Public Sector Organisations, Local Businesses, Theatre Groups, Guide Groups, Schools, and private clients.

ALL our training programmes are CPD accredited, certified and recognised by the CPD standards office as contributing to CPD hours.

Our programmes:

CPD DAY/”Career Metamorphosis”: A 6 hour/1-day session including learning the practical application of NLP techniques, integrating within a team, reflecting on communication skills and SMART goal setting.

Delegates undertake a series of classroom based and interactive activities which enable them to identify – and sometimes challenge - their career (and personal) needs and reflect on their performance when taking the steps to achieve them.

It is a challenging and transformational day which draws from Augusto Boal’s “Rainbow of Desire” exercises using the therapeutic power of theatre to gain insight and “transform our lives”.

This full day workshop is a combination of CLICK’S experiences with Life Coaching, Training, Acting and psychology. It has been developed because our clients (and our own experiences within coaching) have identified the importance of guided personal reflection time in order to make meaningful progress in both personal development and work performance. Combining academic theory with dynamic skills practice to motivate, challenge and inspire delegates, this workshop facilitates personal and professional growth in a creative and effective manner.

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Sessions work best with up to 20 delegates.


Personal Development Programme:

A series of 12 x 3 hour masterclasses comprising practical and interactive training on the key skills that underpin every profession (eg. communication, time management, conflict resolution, networking). Currently aimed at University Students* (Undergraduate to PhD), these sessions will offer the skills that employers look for in graduates, and are wholly engaging and effective for self-development.

*However, we are able to tailor all sessions towards the working professional sector.

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Personal Development Programme

Each session includes facilitator(s), training materials, bespoke design where applicable, CPD accreditation certificates, and travel within 30 miles of Northampton. Sessions work best with up to 20 delegates, but the Coaching session must be capped at 12 maximum.

Session List:

 
Managing Change Conflict Resolution*
My communication (1 – theories) Customer Service*
My communication (2 – practice)* Leadership*
Managing my time Management*
Team effectiveness (1 – theories) Coaching*
Team effectiveness (2 – practice)* Building your network*
   
* Denotes the actor is needed
   

Practical Business Masterclasses:

A series of 12 x 2 hour workshops offering delegates an opportunity to explore, receive feedback and reflect on how they might deal with the fundamentals of business interactions in practice (eg. appraisals, recruitment, difficult conversations).

This programme is tailored for those already in business although we have found that University undergraduates and “day release/part time” Masters and PhD students have also gained much from the experience.

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 Practical Business Masterclasses

Session List:

 
New Manager Running a Winning Workshop (1 – design)
Delegation Running a Winning Workshop (2 – delivery)
Dealing with Sickness/Disciplinaries Running a Winning Workshop
(3 – practice with feedback)
Managing Difficult Conversations Creating a Positive Management Culture
Effective Recruitment Being a Positive Role Model
Supporting Staff (appraisals) Growing your Business
   
All sessions include facilitator AND actor.
   

Sessions work best with up to 20 delegates.

 


 

ABOUT YOUR FACILITATORS AND ACTORS

     
     
Audrey Tang  

Audrey Tang

 

Audrey attained her Doctorate from Brunel University Business School (focusing on the training and emotional support of customer-facing professionals - particularly teachers and nurses. During her research she lectured on Brunel's Business Undergraduate and Management courses, and presented research papers at National and International conferences. As a coach Audrey is a member of the ICF and BPsS (Special Group for Coaching Psychology), as a teacher - the IFL and HEA.

Audrey is the founder of CLICK Arts and CLICK Consultancy , and prior to developing her company full time, she was a secondary school drama teacher (QTS), later progressing to Programme Manager for vocational qualifications in Supporting Teaching and Learning, and Childcare, Learning and Development within Further Education.

Audrey hosts her own wellbeing and lifestyle radio show "Ask Audrey" on Climax Radio, and is a broadcast sports presenter for LoveworldTV's "Sports Recap", as well as a member of British Actors Equity.

Audrey’s PhD Thesis can be downloaded by clicking here
Or purchased in book format by clicking here

Or watched in dance form(!) by clicking here

     
     
Alex Coles  

"The Actor" : Alex Coles

 

Alex is a professional actor (Equity registered) who received training at The University of Northampton, School of The Arts. His credits include; the Narrator in the London Premiere of 'Romero the Musical' (Vanbrugh Theatre, London), Keno in 'The Full Monty' (Compass Theatre, Middlesex), Herzen in 'The Coast of Utopia: Voyage' (The Royal & Derngate, Northampton), Patrick in 'Ladies’ Day' (toured Swindon, Leeds and Northampton), performed in 'Expect Delays' (The University of Northampton), Marcus in 'Titus Andronicus' (The Royal & Derngate, Northampton), Jack in 'Validation' which he co-wrote and directed (Northampton Museum & Art Gallery), Henry in 'That Face' (Etcetera Theatre London), Cogsworth in Disney’s 'Beauty and the Beast' (The Chrysalis, Milton Keynes), Manuel in 'Fawlty Towers' (Penang Performing Arts Centre, Malaysia), Peter in 'Stags & Hens' (The Chrysalis, Milton Keynes), and Sam in 'NSFW' (Abbey Theatre, St Albans). He has also starred in multiple student and short films, worked with Maplefields School in a theatre in education project, works as an actor and facilitator in workshops with CLICK, holds 11 stage combat qualifications, experience in fight choreography, karate black belt and a fully qualified massage therapist.

     
     

Audrey and Alex are CLICK’s primary Facilitator and Actor, however, sometimes parallel sessions are requested, or groups exceed 20, and we are delighted to work with:

     
     
Ashley Alymann  

Ashley Alymann

 

Ashley is a professional actor (training: Liverpool Institute of the Performing Arts - LIPA) whose one-man shows entitled “Storyteller” inspired by the Malaysian and South East Asian forms of storytelling have won him great acclaim including Edinburgh Fringe Firsts. Although a trained Solicitor, Ashley is passionate about the arts, working with Yellow Earth Theatre on various projects – most recently in their “Typhoon – International Playreading Festival”. His work with the CLICK team has included "The Full Monty" (the Musical) playing Harold Nichols (Compass Theatre); “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” in which he played Pseudolus (Vanbrugh Theatre), “Hot Mikado” playing Koko (Vanbrugh Theatre), and “Into the Woods” (Vanbrugh Theatre) which he directed and choreographed. In June 2010, Ashley's play "Prawn Paste is Not Kosher" premiered at the Etcetera Theatre, Camden to a full house and excellent reviews, as did his reprise of "Storyteller - The Curse of Bakawali" earlier, in January 2009. Ashley played the King in the first professional Northern Ireland production of "The King and I" (Theatre at the Mill), and took a lead in "The Firework Maker's Daughter" (Theatre by the lake, Keswick). Ashley's film and television credits include the Aztec Chief in CBBC's "Relic", Casualty, adverts in Australia, as well as short films "Slashimi" and "Big Tingz". Recently Ashley directed "That Face" at the Etcetera Theatre, recorded voice overs for PC's "Shogun 2", and can be seen in adverts for MacMillan Cancer Research, and Aviva. He has recently performed in Phillip Pullman's "Grimm Tales" - an Immersive Theatre extravaganza in Shoreditch.

     
     
Ro Linton   Ro Linton
 

Ro is CLICK's drama consultant and a guest facilitator. Ro has widely taught, directed and performed in both Australia and in the UK, and holds a specialism in Special Educational Needs. She is an advocate for education and has promoted integration widely in her leadership position at Watford Mencap Children's Centre as well as in all her teaching roles. Ro's performances with CLICK include Fati in "Prawn Paste is not Kosher" (The Etcetera Theatre, Camden) and Katisha in "Hot Mikado" (The Vanbrugh Theatre, London).

     
     
David Sanderson   "The Actor" : David Sanderson
 

David holds a Masters in Automotive Engineering at the University of Bath. He is an experienced actor with roles including Jerry Lukowski - The Full Monty (the Musical) (Compass Theatre, West London); The Arbiter – Chess: The Musical (Her Majesty’s Theatre, Haymarket; Marlborough); Richard III – Richard III (BBC Shakespeare Festival, Barnet Arts Depot); Judas – Jesus Christ Superstar (Edinburgh Fringe; Marlborough). Recently he designed and created the Set and Props for “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum”; and “Into the Woods” performed at RADA’s Vanbrugh Theatre; as well as originating the role of Romero in CLICK’s London Premier production of “Romero: The Musical. David also played Lumiere in Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” at The Chrysalis Theatre, Milton Keynes. He performed as Kav in Willy Russell’s “Stags and Hens” – for which he also designed and built the set. David played Basil in “Fawlty Towers” at the Penang Performing Arts Centre, and is also trained in pyrotechnics.

     
     
     

Some Testimonials:

“Today I feel so great and I did not wanted these unique twelve sessions to end. The journey of the Masterclasses has been so knowledgeable and I have learnt a lot under the guidance of Dr. Audrey Tang . I would surely recommend these to Business students even if you just go for ones you can, it will add a lot more to your degree. These are life learning skills and best experience under these Professionals. Thank you to Business Life Programme and CLICK Productions for this opportunity.”
(Rachit Popat, Personal Development Programme, 2015)

“This program is indeed the most practical and self-starter skill enhancement program, combining physical and psychological aspects of training. When you have a great teacher you become a great learner and practical application of the knowledge acquired becomes part of your business life. We were all blessed to be part of this Dr. Audrey keep the energy and the smile, you have what it takes to inspire and impact knowledge in a special way. To Heather and all who made it possible, thank you.”
(Susanna Apenyo, Personal Development Programme, 2015)

“I want to thank you for the wonderful sessions – I kept coming back only because it was worth it”
(Chris Rathore, Practical Management Masterclasses, 2015)

“A really useful session – I will use some techniques with my Masters groups”
(Brunel University Doctoral Symposium, 2014)

“Who’d have thought we’d get doctors singing?”
(NHFT, NHS Trust, 2014)

“Thank you – a really enjoyable session”
(CPD Day “BEST session”, 2014)

“I learned a lot and it was a lot of fun”
(CPD Day, “BEST session”, 2013)

“Thank you for ending our year on such a high”
(Penang Performing Arts Centre, CPD Day, 2012)

 

 

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