Improv Level 1 – April ’24

Have you ever found yourself stuck for words?
Ever been expected to make a decision on the spot?

Are you looking to feel reconnected?
Want to do this in a fun and supportive environment?

Improvisation is a fun yet powerful way to release your creative potential in a fun and supportive environment! On the course, we explore the basics and fundamentals of improvisation both as a performing and professional skill. The course and workshops are designed to be fun and liberating as we unlock our creativity and conquer any inhibitions or fears we harbour when presenting or communicating through improv.

In the modern hybrid working environment with more face to face interactions, our need for connectivity, having outlets outside of home and work, and recharging our personal and professional relationship skills becomes important again. Improv is a great tool to further develop and enhance these skills.

At the end of the course, participants will grasp the fundamentals of improvisation and will be able to apply those new skills to your personal, professional and performing life. From speaking off the cuff, to bringing an edge to your presentations, improv will bring an authentic edge to all aspects of what you do!

Course Content:

  • Principles of Improv
  • Collaborating off the cuff & building trust with others
  • Conquering self-imposed barriers to success
  • Speaking authentically
  • Inspiring and engaging a room
  • Status – Presence
  • Building Confidence on (and off) stage
  • Confidence speak off the script
  • Developing Scene Work

Course Dates April/May 2024 (All Tuesdays)

Running over 6 Tuesdays evenings (7pm to 10pm) from 9th April 2024, each workshop focuses on a different aspect of improvisation.

9th April
16th April
23rd April
30th April
No class 7th May
14th May
21st May


What is Improvisation (improv)?
Improv means actively listening and reacting without pre-planning. It encourages us to be adaptable. We do this throughout the day – E.G. Forced to make a decision without all of the facts, being put on the spot, negotiating a deal, brainstorming meetings, the list goes on. By using the core principles of improvisation; collaboration, communication, creativity and fun – we can react more flexibly and spontaneously while at the same time build our confidence. In the current economic environment, individuals are expected to be highly adaptable and rise to many unseen challenges.

Learning Outcomes
• Proficiency in the fundamentals of improvisation
• The ability to demonstrate coherent off the cuff communication
• Express authentic unplanned emotion and empathy through dialogue and physicality
• Ability to demonstrate status and confidence both in and out of character
• The ability to define teamwork and demonstrate effective teamwork in a group setting.

Topics covered:
• Fundaments of improv
• Teamwork and team building
• Connecting with emotion
• Status and Influence
• Character development & storytelling
• Narrative structure


Apr 09 2024 - May 21 2024


7:00 pm - 10:00 pm



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