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VOICE for ADULTS 31 July-21 Aug

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Finding your voice and conquering public speaking

630pm-930pm Mondays

31 July - 21 August 2023

$180 per person for all sessions or $50 for one session

One of the first things we say to a loved one is it’s so great to hear your voice! From talking with friends to colleagues in small and big settings, we have so many feelings about our voices. Over 4 weeks we will go through each element of ‘being on show’ and being seen and heard with a range of exercises to equip you for any public speaking task. Those feelings will likely hang around, but by the end of each session you will have more tools to get your voice and message out there.

If you wish to attend only one session, that is entirely possible. Please select the single session ticket and Lexi will contact you to find out the date you will attend. 

Course Content

Week 1: Your gas tank Monday 31 July 

Learn about breath and the diaphragm and how you can power yourself before and during public speaking.

Week 2: Modalities of stress Monday 7 August

All the tricks you can use to be dynamic and interesting as a speaker.

Week 3: Standing in your space and physical presence Monday 14 August

Find out if your body is giving you away and learn how to stand with confidence.

Week 4: Tackling nervousness with vocal and physical tools Monday 21 August

Now test all that we have learnt with individual presentation time and private 1-2-1 feedback.


The Mill Theatre is in Building 3.3, the Screencraft and KeepCo building which is a short walk from Capital Brewing. There are two easy ways to approach the Theatre:

PARK in P3 at the back of the precinct. From there you will see building 3.3 which has a large Screencraft sign. The public entrance is just up from that sign (not underneath it!). Once inside, walk about 5 metres and the theatre is to the right, next to Mojo Guitars.

WALK from Capital Brewing or the Less sculpture into the KeepCo building, pass Ramen Daddy and at the end of the corridor we are on the left. 


All parking in the precinct is free with several accessible parking spots in all the parking locations. The best spot to park is P3 at the back of the precinct. If you park elsewhere please be warned that signage and way-finding around the precinct is extremely difficult. Arrive in plenty of time to possibly get lost, possibly be in a bad mood!

About Lexi Sekuless

Lexi graduated from Royal Central School of Speech and Drama with a Bachelor of Acting in 2013. She works extensively in the voice and presenting space as voice-artist, MC and keynote speaker. She uses this experience in combination with her acting training to provide voice coaching for those seeking to increase their confidence and vocal presence. Lexi has performed in London, Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra on stage and screen.

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