Jade Anouka will work with a couple of actors on two Shakespeare speeches from Romeo & Juliet and Julius Caesar. There will also be places for others to watch and ask questions.

To prepare, please read through the speeches:

Romeo & Juliet, Act II Scene 2 - Juliet

Julius Caesar, Act III, Scene 1 - Mark Antony

How to Apply

Due to the format of this Zoom masterclass, we have a limited restriction on the number of people who can take part. If you’d like the opportunity to attend, please apply by emailing info@masterclass.org.uk with the subject heading ANOUKA. Please include your photo, CV and a telephone number.

Applications to attend close at midday on Monday 19 July

You must be a Masterclass member to apply.
If you have been chosen to take part, you will be notified by Wednesday 21 July, and will be expected to be off book. There will be 20 spaces for others to watch and ask questions.  

Please make sure 'info@masterclass.org.uk' is saved to your contacts, so our email does not go into spam. On the day itself, you will be emailed the Zoom link. 

If you are selected, but find out that you are unable to attend, please let us know ASAP. 
If you do not hear from us, please firstly make sure you have checked your spam/junk folder.  If you do not receive an email, unfortunately you have not been selected on this occasion. Please see our FAQs for more information.

About Jade

Jade recently appeared on our screens as Ruta Skadi in BBC/HBO’s His Dark Materials and Channel 5’s The Drowning. In theatre Jade has played the title roles in Hampstead Theatre’s Olivier nominated The Phlebotomist and Queen Margaret at The Royal Exchange; she also starred in the Donmar Warehouse Shakespeare Trilogy where she played Mark Antony in Julius Caesar, Hotspur in Henry IV and Ariel in The Tempest.

As a poet Jade performs regularly including featured spots at The Southbank Centre, Richmix, The Roundhouse, Whitechapel Arts Gallery, Sofar Sounds and A Lovely Word at Liverpool’s Homotopia festival. She has had work commissioned by Audible UK, Stylist Magazine, Broccoli Content, The Young Vic Theatre and most recently BBC Radio 4 where she wrote and performed This Sunday for their Short Works series. Her debut play, Heart, combined her love of writing and acting when she performed it at the Vault festival in 2019 and it was due to get a full production and London run in summer 2020.  
Jade gave a TEDxTalk on Being Black, Being a Woman, Being 'Other’. She also wrote, directed and co-starred in a short film Her & Her for BBC’s Culture In Quarantine series.   

Please note you can only apply via email (as noted above). You cannot book via the link below.