Bring along your favourite person and choose between a joint pottery lesson, and the Throwdown; a pottery lesson with a competitive twist! 



Pottery for Two
1 hr 30 min
Pottery for Two
1 hr 30 min

Bring along your favourite person and make a beautiful piece of pottery from start to finish! At the start of the workshop you'll be given a quick demonstration so you know roughly what you're doing. You'll then each have an hour on your professional pottery wheel, to practise throwing, and forming your masterpiece

We'll then dry your pot slightly with a blow torch (!?) and get to decorating!


During a joint pottery lesson, the emphasis is placed on each of you creating a lovely piece of pottery. You'll also learn the basic skills needed to make a little pot on the potter's wheel.  Your pots will need 6 - 8 weeks to be fired and glazed, after that, your two pots will be posted out to you!

The Throwdown just got better! Now with two full size pottery wheels, this workshop has just become more intense. 

The workshop will start with a short demonstration so you know roughly what you're doing. You'll then each jump onto a wheel and be taught how to create a tall vessel, like a vase, and a small vessel, like a bowl.  You're going to learn everything you need to to throw a ball of clay into a functional piece of pottery!

During the final half hour of The Throwdown, you'll each be given a whopping 2kg of clay to compete to see who can complete the best piece!


You'll only be able to ask for help three times while you compete so make sure you're focusing during your training. Who's ever lump of clay looks the most like a pot at the end of the 30 minutes, is crowned the winner! 

You'll each get to keep your favourite piece. The winner will win everlasting bragging rights and can choose to keep an extra pot!


It takes 6 - 8 weeks for your pots to be completed, so I'll post all three out to you once they're ready to go to there forever home.


The ThrowDown
2 hr
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Angie and Pete


Had a great day. So much fun . We enjoyed the whole experience. Would recommend to anyone. It was amazing. I'm still buzzing . Loved every minute. So friendly. I booked it for our Anniversary. we had something we could do together. Definitely coming back for more lessons. Brilliant just brilliant. Thank you so much .

Two very ambitious first time throwers m

Mike and Rebecca 


We had a lovely and enjoyable morning with Isobel throwing our first pots. Really good fun and relaxing, particularly with the Mongolian throat warbling music as accompaniment!... Thanks! :)

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Thank you so much for today. Absolutely loved it and will recommending you to family & friends. I know my sister is already so jealous & wants to do it. Thank you again! xx


EMma and Jason


Wonderful time spent together here, hands immediately on the clay and expertly guided to create bowls from our first sitting. Excellent fun, a joyful experience complemented by free flowing tea, music and dogs! Perfect vibe.
Thank you for sharing your studio and art practice with us.
🎨 ♥ Emma and Jason xx


Jasmine and Pete


Had an amazing time with Isobel at Sanity studios doing a throw down with my husband Peter. She’s a great teacher and made it a really fun experience. We had a fab time and brought some extra pots/bowls we made. Obviously I won the throw down due to her great teaching skills. Would recommend to anyone who wants to do something different and have a giggle! Would love to go back. 😁😁😁 Thank you 😊!


What should i wear?

Anything you like! You're more than likely going to get a fair amount of clay over your clothes. I will however, provide you with an apron. Don't worry about any clay on your clothes, simply pop your item in the wash and they'll come out just like new

Is there parking?

Unfortunately there isn't parking out side the studio. If you're planning to come to your pottery lesson by car, the nearest free parking is mid-way up Warminster Road. 

How about jewellery?

You're not going to want to wear any rings or bracelets during your lesson. It's also a good idea to make sure your nails are reletivly short.  

How do i pay?

You can either pay for your class online when you book it or, you can pay by cash or card after your class.