Performing Improv: Stories & Stage (7 Week Course)
About This Course
This is part of our Performing Improv programme, which focuses on the skills to perform improv on stage.
In this course, we take a look at the bigger picture of developing an improvised theatre show.
When does the story start? Where should it go next? Most importantly, how do you decide this in the moment?
We'll train your skills in storytelling and stagecraft, until you're ready to create a fully-narrative improv show!
At the end of the course there will be a showcase event to apply the skills you have learnt.
This course takes place on Tuesday evenings.
Stories & Stage is part of a carousel of four courses, which all provide a different approach to Performing Improv. The other courses are Great Scenework, Creating Characters and Singing Songs. These courses can be taken in any order. To check out the other courses please see our main Performing Improv page.
About Supporter Places
The standard price for this course is £165. We keep our prices low so as many people can experience the joy of improv as possible.
If you would like give an additional donation, you can choose a 'Supporter Ticket' of £195. All proceeds go to the Build The BIT crowdfunding campaign, and as a thank you you'll receive a limited edition Built The BIT badge to wear with pride!
Andy Yeoh is the BIT's longest-standing instructor, having taught the BIT's first ever course back in 2013 after the first Bristol Improv Festival. Last year he directed the BIT's original productions This Is Your Musical and Pick Your Own Panto. Andy is a founding member of improvised theatre company Degrees of Error, and holds a Masters in Theatre in Education from the University of Warwick. He is also the BIT's Operations Director, and can usually be located in the theatre, up a ladder.
Imogen Palmer has been training in and performing improv for six years, most recently with the local improvised soap opera Closer Each Day. She has trained in musical improv with the Showstoppers (London), Impromptunes (Melbourne), the Maydays (Brighton) and performed in Impro Melbourne's Smells Like a Song.