Join us for an evening to explore the principles of Improvisation for Life and Improvisation at Work in a safe, friendly environment.
Suitable for beginners.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the classes going to be like?
The session includes gentle physical and verbal warm-ups, games, exercises, relevant theory and de-briefing. Through playfulness, fun and laughter, we explore the world of improvisation, to learn new approaches to life and work, handle mistakes and develop our resilience.
The class is participative and experiential. Throughout the day, you will be working in pairs and groups of various sizes.
Is this course only for beginners?
This event is for beginners with no previous experience of improvisation as well as experienced improvisers who want to get a new perspective on the use of improvisation techniques in different areas of life. We welcome students from all levels to learn and laugh together.
Whether you are a student, teacher, manager, construction worker, nurse, theatre lover (or not), you will all improvise together and progress individually and collectively.
What is the refund policy?
If you cancel your booking at least 21 calendar days in advance of your course, we will refund you in full (minus registration costs).
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
Yes. Please email us after you have booked and let us know the name of who the booking was for.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
When & Where
88 Borough High Street
SE1 1LL London
The Improvisation Academy
Our programmes offer a selection of engaging activities that teach valuable lessons for day to day life. Learning to improvise is an enjoyable and transformative way of improving your presence, confidence and communication skills.
Using the LIFE PASS curriculum, our signature workshops Improvisation for Life and Improvisation at Work offer students a chance to experience Improvisation in a safe environment, working at their own pace with no pressure to perform.
Paul Z Jackson author of Easy: A LIFE PASS to Creativity and Confidence has been teaching improvisation for over twenty years and is President of the Applied Improvisation Network (AIN). He has taught Rob Brydon and Ruth Jones, and runs The Improvisation Academy with Neil Mullarkey and Lee Simpson from the Comedy Store Players.