The Grid Online Workshop 2nd Jan 2021

Kickstart your 2021 action training from the comfort of your own home. 1 day, 16 classes.

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The Grid.
A digital frontier. 
We tried to picture what an online stage combat workshop should be.
What would it look like?
Wooden spoons? Spinning frying pans?
Using the lounge as a battlefield?
We kept dreaming of a digital world to hone your skills, wherever you are. 
And then, with a few clicks...  you got in.

All class descriptions can be found in the timetable below.

They are all physical activity based but can be done in your own home.

Just click the 'More Details' button for a cluster of information.

Instructors, what do they look like?
What's their background?

You can view each instructors details in each class below. Just click the 'More Information' button.

You can find a comprehensive FAQ at the bottom of this page.

If there is a question you cannot find the answer to email us at thegrid@idfight.com

Classes are £10 each.

Book 4 or more classes and  get a 10% off your total booking, making each class just £9. 

Book 6 or more classes and get 20% off your total booking, making each class just £8.

When you're ready to book click the 'Book Now' bar at the bottom of the timetable and you will be taken to our secure online booking system with Jumbula, supported by stripe payments. Any discounts will be applied automatically.

You will need to create an account to register but this is only required the first time you book with ID Fight.

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TIMES

Class Option A

Class Option B

09:00 - 10:15 [UK]

01:00 - 02:15 [LA]

03:00 - 04:15 [Chicago]

11:00 - 12:15 [Kiev]

The Fighting Body

A mix of gymnastics-based mobility & balance training with exercises exploring biomechanics and the full body mechanic.

The Fighting Body | 09:00 - 10:15 [UK time] Class A

INSTRUCTOR: Jonathan Brown

The Fighting Body. 

Open to all abilities this class will help develop a full body mechanic to support your fight skills.

This class brings together the tutor’s experience and interest in stage combat, gymnastics, martial arts, physics and biomechanics.

We will be exploring how we can engage the whole body in simple unarmed combat movements by applying mechanical principles such as balance, leverage and power.

We will then consider how we can then employ this full body mechanic to enhance the story.

Jonathan first encountered stage combat in 2012 whilst studying drama at the University of EastAnglia. After graduating he moved to London where he continued his studies and became an Advanced Actor Combatant with the BASSC.

Jonathan is a veteran teaching assistant on Independent Drama’s BASSC courses, and has also worked at Moving Body Arts, the University of East Anglia and the British National Stage Combat Workshop.

Outside of stage combat Jonathan achieved a brown belt in judo, was a competing gymnast during his teenage years, and is a UKCC Level 2 gymnastics coach with more than a decade of teaching experience.

Mastering Magickal Mayhem

Harnessing Elemental Magicks for the Performance of Sorcerous Combat

Mastering Magickal Mayhem | 09:00 - 10:15 [UK time] Class B

INSTRUCTOR SAM KAHN

Utilise the forces of the Elements to train, practice, rehearse and perform combat for Stage, Screen and Motion Capture. A newly developed system of training and performing allowing practitioners to ultimately test remotely (training hours requirement applies). Also nerdy fun - create your own spell book! All will become apparent.

Sam Kahn is an Equity Fight Director and a Teacher of Fighting for Stage and Screen. He has recently been involved with developing Remote Training methods at the International School of Screen Acting, and has taken these concepts further to create a system of training for Blue/Green Screen and Motion Capture Performance.

10:30 - 11:45 [UK]

02:30 - 03:45 [LA]

04:30 - 05:45 [Chicago]

12:30 - 13:45 [Kiev]

Knife

An essential weapon style for any actors tool kit, the knife is a versatile choice for a range of characters. Spanning history, class and a multitude of settings, knife is a go to choice for many a fight scene.

Enric-Ortuno
Knife | 10:30 - 11:45 [UK time] Class A

INSTRUCTOR: Enric Ortuño

Knife is one of the most common weapons used in theatre to portray violent conflict and as such is a great weapon to understand as an actor. Relatively available to characters from all social classes the knife is quick and deadly. 

Students will learn the techniques required to keep safe whilst communicating a clear story for the audience.

Enric Ortuño (he/him) is a Fight, Intimacy and Movement Director and certified Stage Combat Teacher by the British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat. He holds a 4yr BA in Musical Theatre from the Spanish Conservatoire of Dramatic Art and an MA in Movement Studies by the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

He is the resident stage combat teacher at , Italia Conti, Kogan Academy of Dramatic Art and the Academy of Performance Training (Guildford) and teaches regularly at RADA, Drama Studio London, Central School of Speech and Drama and has taught workshops in Spain, USA and Germany.

He is a member of Intimacy Directors and Coordinators, the leading worldwide organisation championing Intimacy practices in Theatre and Film/TV.

His stage work has been seen in West End, off-West Wend, regional and touring theatres. 

Intimacy Coordination credits include productions for and by Netflix, Warner Bros, Channel 4 and Amazon Studios amongst others.

Falling from the Ground Up

Falling for the Ground Up introduces the basics behind safely performing stage, screen falls based on martial art landing techniques.

Falling from the Ground Up | 10:30 - 11:45 [UK time] Class B

INSTRUCTOR: Tom Davey

Falling from the Ground Up is designed to introduce beginners to the principles of learning how to safely perform a variety of simple falls for use on stage and screen and to raise the bar for those with some experience.

Based upon a mixture of traditional martial arts skills with a few modern twists to make them easier to learn,  safer to perform and effective for camera.

These techniques can be progressed to safely perform them from slowly increased heights, and distances widening your versatility to portray a range of impacts, and adapt to different surfaces.

Tom has been doing martial arts in some way shape or form for most of his life, Judo age ⅚, TaeKwonDo briefly about 8, then around age 10/11 he came across his first Aikido club and has been doing it ever since, which is where he developed most of his falling skills, mixing in other arts over the years as and where he could.

Around 2009 Tom started looking at training for the Stunt Register and attended his first High Falls course with London Stunt School, and went on to train with the ID Fight Team and has been performing on numerous film projects with ID since.

12:15 - 13:30 [UK]

04:15 - 05:30 [LA]

06:15 - 07:30 [Chicago]

14:15 - 15:30 [Kiev]

Creature Movement

Discover how to create creatures and characters by playing with the use of weight and breath. 

Creature Movement | 12:15 - 13:30 [UK time] Class A

INSTRUCTOR: Jake Nwogu

There are stories to be told or read into whenever the body moves. Drawing from the experiences of training and then retraining in various dance styles, and creature and motion capture work in the film and games industries, this class looks at how the use of weight and breath can change the intention behind movement. Whether you are looking to create creatures like Gollum, zombies and robots, or you are just looking to find a new way of moving, you’ll find this class changes the way you think about movement.

Jake Nwogu is a Movement Specialist who trained in dance at Arts Education Secondary School London and then Central School of Ballet, and has worked in the Ballet, Contemporary, Hip-hop and Comercial dance sectors. He has also trained in various movement-based disciplines including Stage/Screen Combat, Creature work and Motion Capture.

Jake has worked with various dance companies including Phoenix Dance Company, Ballet Black, Tavaziva Dance Company, 2Faced Dance Company, Robert Hylton Urban Classicism, and Rosie Kay Dance Company. His film and TV industry credits include working as a martial artist in Doctor Strange (Marvel), Monster work in Doctor Who (BBC), Armed Response Officer in Bodyguard (BBC) and the Synth ‘Kelvin’ in Humans series 3 (Channel 4), and he has recently worked on Motion Capture performances for various AAA, due out soon.

Kali

Stick fighting is one of its most famous disciplines and a great skill for an actor to have a basic grasp of as is used widely in films.

Kali | 12:15 - 13:30 [UK time] Class B

INSTRUCTOR: Rajesh Rishedeo

Open to complete beginners, these sessions will be an introduction into the Filipino weapon arts of Kali, Escrima and Arnis.

Originating from the Philippines these martial arts put the weapon first, with new students learning the use of the rattan stick (olisi) before anything else.

These arts have found their way into film, most notably the Bourne trilogy, Kick-Ass, Taken and The Book of Eli.

13:45 - 15:00 [UK]

05:45 - 07:00 [LA]

07:45 - 09:00 [Chicago]

15:45 - 17:00 [Kiev]

Mastering Magickal Mayhem

Harnessing Elemental Magicks for the Performance of Sorcerous Combat

Mastering Magickal Mayhem | 13:45 - 15:00 [UK time] Class A

INSTRUCTOR: Sam Kahn

Utilise the forces of the Elements to train, practice, rehearse and perform combat for Stage, Screen and Motion Capture. A newly developed system of training and performing allowing practitioners to ultimately test remotely (training hours requirement applies). Also nerdy fun - create your own spell book! All will become apparent.

Sam Kahn is an Equity Fight Director and a Teacher of Fighting for Stage and Screen. He has recently been involved with developing Remote Training methods at the International School of Screen Acting, and has taken these concepts further to create a system of training for Blue/Green Screen and Motion Capture Performance.

The Power of Mime

Mime, the movement efforts and the physiology of emotion: Harnessing common movement tools to bring character and believability to the fight.

The Power of Mime | 13:45 - 15:00 [UK time] Class B

INSTRUCTOR: Dave Nolan

This class will physically explore concepts drawn from Jacques leCoq’s fundamental actions,  Rudolf Laban’s eight effort actions and modern understandings of the physicality of emotion. These tools will be used to explore how moments of characterisation can be overtly broken down and physicalised within the structure of a fight choreography. 

 

This class will be fully accessible to all levels of physical ability.

Dave originally trained as an actor at the Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College Dublin. After several years working as an actor and developing his craft through continued study, Dave moved into actor movement training.

Dave holds a master's degree in movement: directing and teaching, from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, where he currently teaches on the Ma Screen Acting course. His work focuses primarily on long term process work developing the actor's body and expression through focus on fundamental body-work, form and awareness.

15:15 - 16:30 [UK]

07:15 - 08:30 [LA]

09:15 - 10:30 [Chicago]

17:15 - 18:30 [Kiev]

Falling from the Ground Up

Falling for the Ground Up introduces the basics behind safely performing stage, screen falls based on martial art landing techniques.

Falling from the Ground Up | 15:15 - 16:30 [UK time] Class A

INSTRUCTOR: Tom Davey

Falling from the Ground Up is designed to introduce beginners to the principles of learning how to safely perform a variety of simple falls for use on stage and screen and to raise the bar for those with some experience.

Based upon a mixture of traditional martial arts skills with a few modern twists to make them easier to learn,  safer to perform and effective for camera.

These techniques can be progressed to safely perform them from slowly increased heights, and distances widening your versatility to portray a range of impacts, and adapt to different surfaces.

Tom has been doing martial arts in some way shape or form for most of his life, Judo age ⅚, TaeKwonDo briefly about 8, then around age 10/11 he came across his first Aikido club and has been doing it ever since, which is where he developed most of his falling skills, mixing in other arts over the years as and where he could.

Around 2009 Tom started looking at training for the Stunt Register and attended his first High Falls course with London Stunt School, and went on to train with the ID Fight Team and has been perfoeming on numerous film projects with ID since.

Tom has been doing martial arts in some way shape or form for most of his life, Judo age ⅚, TaeKwonDo briefly about 8, then around age 10/11 he came across my first Aikido club and have been doing it ever since, which is where he developed most of my falling skills, mixing in other arts over the years as and where he could.

Around 2009 Tom started looking at training for the Stunt Register and attended his first High Falls course with London Stunt School, and went on to train with the ID Fight Team and has been performing on numerous film projects with ID since.

Creature Movement

Discover how to create creatures and characters by playing with the use of weight and breath. 

Creature Movement | 15:15 - 16:30 [UK time] Class B

INSTRUCTOR: Jake Nwogu 

There are stories to be told or read into whenever the body moves. Drawing from the experiences of training and then retraining in various dance styles, and creature and motion capture work in the film and games industries, this class looks at how the use of weight and breath can change the intention behind movement. Whether you are looking to create creatures like Gollum, zombies and robots, or you are just looking to find a new way of moving, you’ll find this class changes the way you think about movement.

Jake Nwogu is a Movement Specialist who trained in dance at Arts Education Secondary School London and then Central School of Ballet, and has worked in the Ballet, Contemporary, Hip-hop and Comercial dance sectors. He has also trained in various movement-based disciplines including Stage/Screen Combat, Creature work and Motion Capture.

Jake has worked with various dance companies including Phoenix Dance Company, Ballet Black, Tavaziva Dance Company, 2Faced Dance Company, Robert Hylton Urban Classicism, and Rosie Kay Dance Company. His film and TV industry credits include working as a martial artist in Doctor Strange (Marvel), Monster work in Doctor Who (BBC), Armed Response Officer in Bodyguard (BBC) and the Synth ‘Kelvin’ in Humans series 3 (Channel 4), and he has recently worked on Motion Capture performances for various AAA, due out soon.

16:45 - 18:00 [UK]

08:45 - 10:00 [LA]

10:45 - 12:00 [Chicago]

18:45 - 20:00 [Kiev]

Commedia Character Combat

Exploring character in a fight by taking inspiration from commedia dell’arte. 

Commedia Character Combat | 16:45 - 18:00 [UK time] Class A

INSTRUCTOR: Sydney Schwindt

Have you ever seen a fight where the characters blend together? Where there are a bunch of unnamed henchmen fighting in the same way? Though there is a time and a place for that uniformity, in this class we are going to look at how to hold character in a fight. We will explore body centers, vocal choices, and fighting style by gathering inspiration from the larger than life characters in commedia dell’arte. Expect to laugh, move, and see how bold character choices can effect a fight.

Instructor Sydney Schwindt is an actor, fight director, and teaching artist in the Bay Area. She currently serves as the instructor of stage combat at the American Conservatory Theatre’s graduate programme and is a Resident Artist and Climate Justice Advocate with San Francisco Shakespeare Festival. Fight directing credits include American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, Livermore Shakespeare Festival, and others. Sydney earned her BFA in Acting from The Hartt School and has trained with the San Francisco Clown Conservatory, Academia dell’Arte (Arezzo, Italy), the Society of American Fight Directors, British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat, and Stage Combat Deutschland.www.sydney-schwindt.com

Knife

An essential weapon style for any actors tool kit, the knife is a versatile choice for a range of characters. Spanning history, class and a multitude of settings, knife is a go to choice for many a fight scene.

Knife | 16:45 - 18:00 [UK time] Class B

INSTRUCTOR: Enric Ortuño

Knife is one of the most common weapons used in theatre to portray violent conflict and as such is a great weapon to understand as an actor. Relatively available to characters from all social classes the knife is quick and deadly. 

Students will learn the techniques required to keep safe whilst communicating a clear story for the audience.

Enric Ortuño (he/him) is a Fight, Intimacy and Movement Director and certified Stage Combat Teacher by the British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat. He holds a 4yr BA in Musical Theatre from the Spanish Conservatoire of Dramatic Art and an MA in Movement Studies by the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

He is the resident stage combat teacher at , Italia Conti, Kogan Academy of Dramatic Art and the Academy of Performance Training (Guildford) and teaches regularly at RADA, Drama Studio London, Central School of Speech and Drama and has taught workshops in Spain, USA and Germany.

He is a member of Intimacy Directors and Coordinators, the leading worldwide organisation championing Intimacy practices in Theatre and Film/TV.

His stage work has been seen in West End, off-West Wend, regional and touring theatres. 

Intimacy Coordination credits include productions for and by Netflix, Warner Bros, Channel 4 and Amazon Studios amongst others.

18:30 - 19:45 [UK]

10:30 - 11:45 [LA]

12:30 - 13:45 [Chicago]

20:30 - 21:45 [Kiev]

Kali

Stick fighting is one of its most famous disciplines and a great skill for an actor to have a basic grasp of as is used widely in films.

Kali | 18:30 - 19:45 [UK time] Class A

INSTRUCTOR: Rajesh Rishudeo

Open to complete beginners, these sessions will be an introduction into the Filipino weapon arts of Kali, Escrima and Arnis.

Originating from the Philippines these martial arts put the weapon first, with new students learning the use of the rattan stick (olisi) before anything else.

These arts have found their way into film, most notably the Bourne trilogy, Kick-Ass, Taken and The Book of Eli.

The Fighting Body

A mix of gymnastics-based mobility & balance training with exercises exploring biomechanics and the full body mechanic.

The Fighting Body | 18:30 - 19:45 [UK time]- 10:15 Class B

INSTRUCTOR: Jonathan Brown

The Fighting Body. 

Open to all abilities this class will help develop a full body mechanic to support your fight skills.

This class brings together the tutor’s experience and interest in stage combat, gymnastics, martial arts, physics and biomechanics.

We will be exploring how we can engage the whole body in simple unarmed combat movements by applying mechanical principles such as balance, leverage and power.

We will then consider how we can then employ this full body mechanic to enhance the story.

Jonathan first encountered stage combat in 2012 whilst studying drama at the University of EastAnglia. After graduating he moved to London where he continued his studies and became an Advanced Actor Combatant with the BASSC.

Jonathan is a veteran teaching assistant on Independent Drama’s BASSC courses, and has also worked at Moving Body Arts, the University of East Anglia and the British National Stage Combat Workshop.

Outside of stage combat Jonathan achieved a brown belt in judo, was a competing gymnast during his teenage years, and is a UKCC Level 2 gymnastics coach with more than a decade of teaching experience.

20:00 - 21:15 [UK]

12:00 - 13:15 [LA]

14:00 - 15:15 [Chicago]

22:00 - 23:15 [Kiev]

The Power of Mime

Mime, the movement efforts and the physiology of emotion: Harnessing common movement tools to bring character and believability to the fight.

The Power of Mime | 20:00 - 21:15 [UK time] Class A

Dave originally trained as an actor at the Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College Dublin. After several years working as an actor and developing his craft through continued study, Dave moved into actor movement training.

Dave holds a master's degree in movement: directing and teaching, from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, where he currently teaches on the Ma Screen Acting course. His work focuses primarily on long term process work developing the actor's body and expression through focus on fundamental body-work, form and awareness.

Commedia Character Combat

Exploring character in a fight by taking inspiration from commedia dell’arte.

Commedia Character Combat | 20:00 - 21:15 [UK time] Class B

INSTRUCTOR: Sydney Schwindt

Have you ever seen a fight where the characters blend together? Where there are a bunch of unnamed henchmen fighting in the same way? Though there is a time and a place for that uniformity, in this class we are going to look at how to hold character in a fight. We will explore body centers, vocal choices, and fighting style by gathering inspiration from the larger than life characters in commedia dell’arte. Expect to laugh, move, and see how bold character choices can effect a fight.

Instructor Sydney Schwindt is an actor, fight director, and teaching artist in the Bay Area. She currently serves as the instructor of stage combat at the American Conservatory Theatre’s graduate programme and is a Resident Artist and Climate Justice Advocate with San Francisco Shakespeare Festival. Fight directing credits include American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, Livermore Shakespeare Festival, and others. Sydney earned her BFA in Acting from The Hartt School and has trained with the San Francisco Clown Conservatory, Academia dell’Arte (Arezzo, Italy), the Society of American Fight Directors, British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat, and Stage Combat Deutschland.www.sydney-schwindt.com

  • About
  • Class Descriptions
  • Instructors
  • FAQ
  • Prices
The Grid.
A digital frontier. 
We tried to picture what an online stage combat workshop should be.
What would it look like?
Wooden spoons? Spinning frying pans?
Using the lounge as a battlefield?
We kept dreaming of a digital world to hone your skills, wherever you are. 
And then, with a few clicks...  you got in.

All class descriptions can be found in the timetable below.

They are all physical activity based but can be done in your own home.

Just click the 'More Details' button for a cluster of information.

Instructors, what do they look like?
What's their background?

You can view each instructors details in each class below. Just click the 'More Information' button.

You can find a comprehensive FAQ at the bottom of this page.

If there is a question you cannot find the answer to email us at thegrid@idfight.com

Classes are £10 each.

Book 4 or more classes and  get a 10% off your total booking, making each class just £9. 

Book 6 or more classes and get 20% off your total booking, making each class just £8.

When you're ready to book click the 'Book Now' bar at the bottom of the timetable and you will be taken to our secure online booking system with Jumbula, supported by stripe payments. Any discounts will be applied automatically.

You will need to create an account to register but this is only required the first time you book with ID Fight.

SATURDAY CLASSES

Sat 2nd Jan – CLASS A

09:00 – 10:15 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class A, Saturday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020


Sat 2nd Jan – CLASS B

09:00 – 10:15 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class B, Saturday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sat 2nd Jan – CLASS A

10:30 – 11:45 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class A, Saturday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020


Sat 2nd Jan – CLASS B

10:30 – 11:45 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class B, Saturday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sat 2nd Jan – CLASS A

12:15 – 13:30 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class A, Saturday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020


Sat 2nd Jan – CLASS B

12:15 – 13:30 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class B, Saturday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sat 2nd Jan – CLASS A

13:45 – 15:00 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class A, Saturday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020


Sat 2nd Jan – CLASS B

13:45 – 15:00 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class B, Saturday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sat 2nd Jan – CLASS A

15:15 – 16:30 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class A, Saturday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020


Sat 2nd Jan – CLASS B

15:15 – 16:30 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class B, Saturday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sat 2nd Jan – CLASS A

16:45 – 18:00 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class A, Saturday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020


Sat 2nd Jan – CLASS B

16:45 – 18:00 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class B, Saturday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sat 2nd Jan – CLASS A

18:30 – 19:45 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class A, Saturday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020


Sat 2nd Jan – CLASS B

18:30 – 19:45 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class B, Saturday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sat 2nd Jan – CLASS A

20:00 – 21:15 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class A, Saturday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020


Sat 2nd Jan – CLASS B

20:00 – 21:15 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class B, Saturday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

SUNDAY CLASSES

Sun 3rd Jan – CLASS A

09:00 – 10:15 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class A, Sunday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sun 3rd Jan – CLASS B

09:00 – 10:15 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class B, Sunday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sun 3rd Jan – CLASS A

10:30 – 11:45 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class A, Sunday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sun 3rd Jan – CLASS B

10:30 – 11:45 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class B, Sunday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sun 3rd Jan – CLASS A

12:15 – 13:30 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class A, Sunday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sun 3rd Jan – CLASS B

12:15 – 13:30 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class B, Sunday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sun 3rd Jan – CLASS A

13:45 – 15:00 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class A, Sunday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sun 3rd Jan – CLASS B

13:45 – 15:00 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class B, Sunday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sun 3rd Jan – CLASS A

15:15 – 16:30 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class A, Sunday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sun 3rd Jan – CLASS B

15:15 – 16:30 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class B, Sunday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sun 3rd Jan – CLASS A

16:45 – 18:00 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class A, Sunday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sun 3rd Jan – CLASS B

16:45 – 18:00 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class B, Sunday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sun 3rd Jan – CLASS A

18:30 – 19:45 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class A, Sunday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sun 3rd Jan – CLASS B

18:30 – 19:45 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class B, Sunday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sun 3rd Jan – CLASS A

20:00 – 21:15 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class A, Sunday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Sun 3rd Jan – CLASS B

20:00 – 21:15 [UK]

Class Title TBC

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

Class TBC | 09:00 - 10:15 [Class B, Sunday]

We are confirming more classes soon. Follow us @IDFight for announcements. Full schedule announced 1st December 2020

You will be taken to our Jumbula page where you will need to create an account.

This is only required the first time you book with ID Fight.

FAQ

We will be using Zoom to host The Grid online weekend workshop. Zoom is a platform for live video webinars as well as other virtual meetings and chat solutions.  It is free to use, you do not need a pro account. For computers and laptops, download the Zoom Client for Meetings software.  Zoom is also available for Android via Google Play and iOS via the App Store. For more information visit the Zoom website or for troubleshooting, check out: testing audio, testing video, join a test meeting.

These classes are not certificated. We run courses accredited with the British Academy of Stage & Screen Combat and the British Academy of Dramatic Combat. Our ID Firearms courses are also industry recognised.  

We will resume these courses in 2021. All details will be at www.idfight.com/training

Yes. All particiants need to register separately. If you have space in your home you can share the space with another participant but each person needs to register separately as we are limiting class numbers so teachers can give more individual notes where required.

The Grid is suitable for 18+

This will vary from class to class. Please check the individual class descriptions. Unless specificially stated otherwise classes are open to all levels. 

Generally no. Some classes will require props, so for example in the spinning sword class you can use a prop sword or just a stick. 

Please check individual class descriptions which will list any required props and suitable everyday alternatives.

No, all classes are designed for individuals.

Email thegrid@idfight.com with the subject “Change My Registration” detailing what the current detail is and what you would like to change it to. Be sure to include the name you signed up with in the email to make it easy for us amend.

Our class limits are set as 12 students.

There is a waiting list for each class and should a space become available an automatic email will be sent to everyone on the list and spaces will be available on a first come first served basis.

Yes, we will record them for feedback for teaching staff. They will not be published online or available after the workshop.

Please do not record teachers’ sessions. You are free to make notes and where appropriate we will send handouts to students for certain classes.

Yes. If you have your video or speaker on. You are free to turn either off, though we recommend leaving on your video if you want personal feedback from the teacher. 

This also helps keep the class and instruction safer for you. 

Inevitably some classes will have limitations in their flexability. 

Where possible we will list classes which can be taken  chairbound and will be asking teachers to consider access and suitable adaptations.

If you have any specific things we can do to help make the class accessible for you please contact us and we can discuss with the tutors what is possible. 

If you have a carer they may assist you without having to register as a student but please ask them to email us at thegrid@idfight.com so that we can send them video waivers etc.

Just come back, we’ll let you in again. We cannot offer refunds for students with poor wi-fi connection. 

Cancelling Policy
Cancellations prior to 19th December 2020 will receive a credit note. Any cancellations after this date are not eligible for any refunds or credit notes. 

If you get disconnected during a class just re-join, we’ll let you in again. We cannot offer refunds for students with poor wi-fi connection. 

If we cancel any classes we will offer a full refund. 

We will send out individual class links on the 1st January to everyone who has booked.

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