Online Improv Drop In

Online Improv Drop In

Wednesdays, 18:30 – 20:00


Join experienced instructors from The Bristol Improv Theatre for a chance to connect with others and have a laugh with some improv games, exercises and scenes through the online video conferencing platform Zoom.

Places are capped at ten to ensure a high quality experience for all attendees during the class. There will be an optional online social chat following the class.

No subscription to the service needed, just click the link on a laptop with audio and a webcam from 18:20 to get involved! You will be emailed the link 1 hour before the class starts.

Feedback from attendees:

‘A friendly and welcoming workshop that focuses on playfulness and fun and that will teach you something regardless of your improv background.’


‘A warm, welcoming workshop – suitable for everyone from the absolute beginner to the more experienced player. Intelligently, compassionately taught, in a friendly, supportive atmosphere.’


‘This workshop is amazing and has become a regular appointment in my otherwise chaotic covid life. It’s a sure laugh amongst friendly and talented participants.’


The Bristol Improv Theatre was founded in 2012 by a group of improvised performers, artists and theatre-makers. Our mission is to be an institution of spontaneous, collaborative, and creative theatre, a resource for ambitious artists and audiences, and a home for all those whom improvised work touches. In 2017, the BIT relaunched its temporary venue on St. Paul’s Road, Clifton as a full-time theatre space. Our newly refurbished, 100-seat, multi-space venue is the first permanently established theatre for improvised performance in the UK. You can interact with and watch improvised theatre and comedy shows streamed live from our online Twitch Channel and learn improvisation both online and in person under Government guidelines. Visit the website for more information.


Lucy is an improviser, director, teacher and the mischievous creator of The Dirty Picnic Club; a social experiment/ improv show. She is a founding member of Impromptu Shakespeare and as well as improvisation, Lucy has trained in Lecoq, clowning and bouffon. She is a qualified teacher and is currently a trainee intimacy director with Intimacy for Stage and Screen. (ISS)

Lucy is interested in cultivating authentic, candid improvised performance and is fascinated by the art form’s capacity to jolt and surprise both audience and improviser. She is committed to creating a nurturing, open space for participants to discover, learn and be inspired.