Note: We’re in the Lounge room of Central Buildings, Oldham Street
Scared of commitment? Us too!
If you want scope us out first because you’re not sure what “improv comedy” even is, then this is the low-risk opportunity you’ve been waiting for. It’s a 2 hour improv taster session that will give you a peek into what a full improv comedy course is actually like. (Spoiler: it’s awesome.)
If you’ve ever considered taking an acting class but not sure about all that serious moody stuff that usually comes with it, our comedy courses are 100% the way to go.
This is also makes a great taster for those who might be considering utilising the strengths of theatre and performing skills for business with some improv in the workplace.
The Benefits of Improv
Partaking in improv has been found to have many benefits for personal development. In the short term, it’s just play, in the same way kids play but for adults. This can be great for relieving stress after long day of being a responsible adult. Long term, improv can teach you to be more flexible, and open and receptive to new ideas and opportunities.
So sign on up! It’s entirely free and there’s a limited number of spaces.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Can I bring a friend?
Stuff like this can be a little nerve-wracking if you've never done anything like it before. But you might find it a little easier to jump in if you've got a familiar face around.
Share this page with your friends and ask them to come with.
Do you encourage diversity?
100%. Improvisation is all about collaboration, and it gets better when there are plenty of different and unique points of view contributing to the group.
There's also a notable lack of diversity in our industry and we're doing what we can to change that.
What is improv comedy?
Improvisational comedy is, typically, comedy scenes, sketches and games played out by performers without a script. Often, the audience will provide a suggestion on something like where the scene should take place (a restaurant, for example) to inspire the performers, and the performers will then improvise the performance for that scene.
There are many different forms of improv comedy but the fundamental principles of collaboration and support remain consistent throughout.
Do I have to be funny?
Nope. But you will be laughing in the class, for sure.
The point of these classes is to teach you how to be funny. Expecting people to be professional funny folk before even joining a class would be pretty unreasonable.
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