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The Sprout Ideas The Improvisation Games One Day Masterclass
Sunday 21st February 2016
10.30am - 5.30pm
Once you've complete a beginner's course, the best and easiest way to employ your new-found skills as an improviser is to learn a set of challenging performance games. And you can do so right here under the guidance of an experienced improviser.
Tell me about the course
The strength of impro games (as opposed to scenes) is they give us a strong structure through which to practise your skills - usually refining one or two aspects of your ability.
We look at games to stretch:
- Your verbal skills
- Your physicality
- Your spontaneity
- Your listening and awareness
and games that are just plain fun!
The day also briefly recaps the basic impro skills. (This course is not recommended for complete beginners.)
Who are our teachers?
Your tutor for this impro masterclass will be one of the regular Sprout Ideas coaches - used to teaching everyone from students at drama school, to trainee GPs and computer programmers. Sprout Ideas tutors are all experts in providing a safe and relaxed atmosphere in which to learn, experiment and have fun.
The group will be small for this specialised workshop - limited to 12 people - so there will be plenty of time to practice.
The days runs from 10.30am to 5.30pm
The day costs £50.
The City College Building
55 East Road
London N1 6AH
Nearest Tube: Old Street (Northern Line)
****To book a place or for more details****
Because numbers are limited you must book in advance to guarantee your place.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020-8923-2545 to get booking details.
Tel: 0208 923 2545
Tel: 0208 923 2545
When & Where
Sprout Ideas have been teaching and performing improvisation since 1998.
All Sprout Ideas tutors are experts in providing a safe and relaxed atmosphere in which to learn, experiment and have fun. We’ve taught improvisation to every profession imaginable from doctors to accountants to office workers to writers to computer programmers as well as actors, actresses and performers.