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INDUSTRY RECOGNISED TRAINING
The BASSC is a long standing provider of stage & screen combat training for the performing arts industry.
Internationally respected for its high standard of technique, curriculum and focus on performance we offer various courses and workshops open to all levels.
Our staff teach in drama conservatoires such as RADA, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, East 15, Rose Bruford College, Italia Conti, Drama Studio London, Acting Coach Scotland, Fourth Monkey, Richmond University, Bath University, University West London, Kogan Academy and the International School of Screen Acting.
With a team of highly trained international teachers our courses are taught in the UK, Scotland, USA, Russia, Italy, Israel and Spain.
Master Teacher Richard Ryan is Fight Choreographer in the upcoming film "Mary Queen of Scots" and the praised TV series "Vikings".
BASSC Members working as Fight Stunts include our president Roger Barttlet, Master Teacher Jonathan Leverett, Teachers Rosa Nicolás and Janet Lawson and members Ed Young, Matt McKay, Nathaniel Marten and Chris Hall.
We offer certification courses in a range of stage & screen weapons. You can begin in any weapon and progressively build your skills portfolio.
Rapier & Dagger
Sword & Shield
Rapier & Cloak
Are taught in our LION and EMPIRE weekend workshops which can include:
Found Weapons Fights, Case of Rapiers, Mixed Weapons Fights, Mass Battles, Theatrical Blood and more.
Our teachers also run independent training in Rifles and Guns, Comedy Fights, Vocal Work for Violence and Intimacy Direction.
Actor-Combatant: anyone that has certified in Rapier & Dagger and Unarmed
Intermediate Actor-Combatant: certified in 5 weapons including Rapier & Dagger and Unarmed.
Advanced Actor-Combatant: certified and passed with Distinction minimum in 5 weapons including Rapier & Dagger and Unarmed.
TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAMME
Have you been training with the BASSC for a while? Working towards your Advanced Certification? Why not become a BASSC Certified Teacher. For information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org