Improv Drop-Ins

Mondays | 19:30 – 21:30

Looking to stretch your improvising muscles? Then our drop-ins are for you!

Our drop-ins run every Monday evening and alternate between scene workshops and classes focused on specific skills to help you pad out your improvisers tool-kit.

During our scene workshops, you’ll receive supportive and constructive side-coaching, tailored to the group and designed to develop your confidence and improvisation skills. On the other hand, the regular drop-ins will take a specific skill and explore it through games, exercises and scenes.

Facilitated by an experienced Bristol Improv Theatre instructor, drop-ins are a great chance to try improv at Bristol Improv Theatre and connect with others.

Monday 16th May – Playing fast and silly 

In this session, Ros Beeson shares how we can use mischief and bravery to make big bold choices when playing ‘The Bish Bosh Bash’ style short-form comedy games. Expect lots of games and lots of fun!

Monday 23rd May – Scene Workshop

 

Monday 30th May – Creating Grounded Characters with Llaura Hughes

In this session we’ll explore how to create characters from a blank canvas seeing how the slightest movement and tone or voice can help establish a character and their motivations within a scene. We will explore how to change the emotional tone of the scene without worrying about the words we use. As well as establishing the impact that our scene partners can have on our characters.

Monday 6th June – Scene Workshop

 

Any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch at hello@improvtheatre.net.

If you are brand new to improv, you may prefer to try the monthly Improv Taster Session.

Please Select The Date You Wish To Attend Using The Calendar Below

The Bristol Improv Theatre is committed to making our classes as inclusive as possible. Please get in touch at theatreschool@improvtheatre.net to let us know about any accommodations we can make to give you the best experience during the class

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