Workplace and Applied Improv Training

Are you looking for some workplace based training or team building activities with a difference?

Improvisation-based training in the workplace is a fun and accessible way to build on core business skills including:

  • Communication and collaboration 
  • Active listening 
  • Resilience 
  • Creative problem solving
  • Excelling under pressure

These are the ‘soft’ skills which won’t be taught in an MBA, but make a huge difference to your success.

In improv, we arrive on the stage with nothing prepared. This might seem a little daunting, however, we know that the rest of the team will support and build on any idea we suggest. This leads us to create shows that can entertain an audience for hours. They also happen to be the foundation of teams who are able to adapt and embrace change, communicate well and innovate. It’s fun, accessible and laughter is guaranteed.

We’ve delivered bespoke training and activities for law firms, Universities, schools, charities, supermarket chains, the civil service and recruitment consultants.

Hundreds of students have benefited from the safe, supportive and empowering learning environment through the Bristol Improv Theatre. 

Use the button below to make an enquiry about workplace or applied improv training. Any other questions, please contact us on training@improvtheatre.net

Meet the trainers

Stephen Brown

Stephen Brown

Stephen Brown is a business psychologist, improviser and executive coach with over a decade’s experience in psychology and business

IMOGEN PALMER

Imogen Palmer

Imogen Palmer is the Theatre School Manager and lead instructor of The Bristol Improv Theatre, with over a decade of performing and training in improvised theatre and comedy.