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Marilyn Bird - Let’s Get Physical

Virtual Improv Drop-In: Saturday 28 November 2020

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,

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Virtual Improv Drop-In: Thursday 8 October 2020

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

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Virtual Improv Drop-In: Thursday 24 September 2020

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,

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Virtual Improv Drop-In: Thursday 27 August 2020

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

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Virtual Improv Drop-In: Thursday 30 July 2020

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.

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Virtual Improv Drop-In: Thursday 16 July 2020

Going Out There With Nothing, with Roberto Lewis. This class will inspire you to pull characters, scenes, and whole shows from thin air. By trusting your fellow performers and trusting yourself, learn how to go out there with nothing and come off with a phenomenal scene! Featuring the acting talent

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Virtual Improv Drop-In: Thursday 9 July 2020

Begin to explore how looking after your wellbeing can also be looking after your improv. Monica Gaga is a British-born black African queer improviser, facilitator, host, performer and producer. She trained in Community Theatre at East 15 Acting School, and her boundless love for improv stems from time spent at

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Virtual Improv Drop-In: Thursday 2 July 2020

Are you sick of feeling stuck in improv scenes with someone who gives you initiations or responses that you just can’t stand? That’s the worst! This is supposed to be fun! Well, it can be! Let’s turn it all around and try to make the best scenes out of the

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