Wigging out at the National Theatre

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Wigging out at the National Theatre

Forget your own hairdo, how about creating one from scratch.

The newly opened Clore Learning Centre at the National Theatre are putting on a number of workshops for people of all ages to get involved, which includes making the costumes and wigs.

This new programme aims to get Londoners to learn about all the different aspects of that it takes to 'break a leg' in the world of theatre.

The courses range from developing the right response from the audience, to making costumes and writing plays.

Our reporter Jake Tupman joined a wig making workshop to see just how hard the craft can be.

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