Wednesdays 8pm - 10pm
22 November, 20 December 2023 and then 14 & 28 February, 13 & 27 March, 10 & 24 April and 8 & 22 May 2024
Learn to improvise, gain confidence in performance, and have a laugh.
Improv is the art of collaboratively creating scenes, sketches, and stories in the moment. Learn how to perform improvised comedy theatre in our friendly and supportive workshop while having fun.
The workshops consist of playful exercises and games which will develop your teamwork and listening skills to enable you to collaboratively create entertaining sketches, dramatic scenes, interesting characters, and stories as a group.
These are drop-in workshops. This means you can come to any of them; you’re not required to commit to more or sign up for a course. Every class focuses on a completely different element of improv, so each workshop is suitable for those new to improv as well as seasoned improvisers.
Most of the workshops will be led by Ed Pithie who has been teaching improv for over 9 years. This class is open to anyone over 18, no experience necessary.
If you have any questions or want to find out more, don't hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets must be booked in advance online here
"Ed created a fun atmosphere and made sure nobody felt under pressure." Craig, Google Reviews
“Very fun, low pressure and welcoming environment for those new to improv as well as those with experience. Has become the thing I look forward to every week.” Elle, Facebook Reviews
"I fully recommend this for anyone who wants to come out of their comfort zone and do something that will engage their mind, improve listening and communication, and build confidence." James, Google Reviews
The Hawth offers one of the liveliest and most diverse programmes of arts and performance in the south east. The Hawth plays host to artists, musicians, dancers and performers from around the world, from household names and West End shows to artists presenting new performances, theatre, comedy, music and dance.
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