Enjoy December more with our Improv Advent Calendar – check back each day for another micro-delight! Celebrate the little (and big) things which have helped you through this year by sharing them on our Xmas Kudos page. Swap creative gifts and share a little more glee in the world this
Let’s get physical! In this virtual drop-in Marilyn will give you tips and advice about using the space you are in to inspire your physicality in improv scenes and games. Marilyn Ann Bird is a full-time actor and voiceover artist and has been trained by teachers from UCB, Second City,
Hi Everyone, slightly late but here’s our COVID-19 update: As you’re all aware, England is currently in a national lockdown until at least 2nd December. The current rules are as follows: Stay at home, except for specific purposes. E.g. shopping, working if you cannot work from home or exercising. Avoid
Make the most of your remote improv set up – at any budget! A film school alumni and improvisor gives tips and tricks to help to make the most out of your home improv set up. There are no cost tips that could drastically improve your experience as well as
Warm up your body, brain and spirit with a few choice solo games, then Katy will guide you through a short and silly solo Harold using objects on your desk. Katy Schutte is one of the UK’s original long form improvisers. She performs and teaches all over the world, is
Hello Everyone, It’s taken some time and a lot of consideration but we are ready to announce the new members of the MissImp Exec! We were so impressed by all of the applications and we think we’ve put together a really strong team to help take MissImp forward. We’re deeply
Here are some tips and tricks I have learnt whilst improvising online in the age of Zoom, some fun exercises to go along with them and how you can implement all this into your own rehearsals and shows! Neve Francis is an English improviser from Liverpool, currently residing in Madrid,
Almost every improv show you go to is going to take a suggestion at some point. Whether it’s the first thing to pop into your head, a location that will fit the stage or a line from your favourite song. In this video we’re going to have a look at
Hi Everyone! Covid Update Over the last few weeks, the exec has been discussing what we should be doing in terms of restarting our in-person improv operations. Our priority is and always has been the safety of members of this community, and as such we still feel we cannot responsibly
Bristol-based improv comedian John Gallagher Portero shares his exercises and tips on initiating from a premise taken from monologues. John Gallagher Portero is an improv comedian, actor and sketch writer from London, and has been performing since 2011. He currently teaches at Bristol Longform Comedy, the Bristol Improv Theatre and
People come to improv for so many reasons, not just to perform. Sometimes we can get in our heads too much and forget the pure joy that can be had from just playing. This workshop offers a few silly games and exercises that can be done at home, online or
Making Monologues Work for You with Jon Nguyen. Does the idea of a monologue give you pause? Not sure where to start or even if it has a place in improv? Well Jon gives his thoughts on this some times solitary art-form. Jon Nguyen is an improviser based out of Norwich.
During the coronavirus outbreak, MissImp has continued to offer entirely free online activities for our community, including commissioning an ongoing series of paid virtual drop-ins from improvisers around the world, fortnightly online Gorilla Burger shows and more. If you’d like to help us keep these activities going and keep our lights on we’d be immensely grateful. Together, we can get through this.