Improv For Beginners: Making A Scene

Description: A four-week beginners' improv class, running every Tuesday night from 7-10pm starting 10 April!

“Come as you are, take a breath, be ready to relax, have fun, go home.”

Playing from Nothing: Why take a suggestion? This short course examines scenes without a suggestion and introduces different techniques to create varied, inspiring scenes with nothing from the audience.

The Nursery ‘Making a Scene’ courses are groundings in the core principles and techniques of improvisation. In a supportive, fun environment, you will be guided through improvised scenes and games in a way which is accessible and friendly, whatever your background. You will create characters and stories both realistic and bizarre and find how the fun can come slowly and organically or quickly and impulsively. And you will laugh long and hard. Guaranteed.

‘Making a Scene’ courses are all open to beginners, and each one has a different skill focus, meaning you can take one course in isolation, or come back over and over again to add new tools to your tool belt. These courses will provide you with a wide variety of techniques to help make scenes easy, relaxed and delightful by creating quick agreement and playful, hilarious cooperation. You may find yourself more confident, creative and open outside the class as you discover how the application of improv principles makes life just a little more easy and fun.

And no, you don’t have to be funny. Come as you are and we’ll do the rest!
Location: pin The Nursery Training Centre 6th floor, Capital House, 42 Weston Street, SE1 3QD London
Date: Tuesday, April 10, 2018
Repeat Type: Weekly;Days=TU;Until=April 30 11:00pm
Time: 7:00pm-10:00pm BST
Duration: 3 hours
Access: Public
Created by: Jules Munns
Updated: Tuesday, March 27, 2018 11:08am GMT