ONLINE improv WORKSHOPS
Learn how to improvise comedic scenes, gain confidence, and have a laugh all from the comfort of your own home
"It's like playtime for adults!"
In our online improv workshops you’ll be guided through learning a core improvisation skill in a friendly and supportive group. But most importantly, you'll have a laugh!
We will play fun exercises and games to develop our teamwork and listening abilities which will easily lead us into creating entertaining scenes and characters!
Each week is something completely different and exciting! One week we might be creating and exploring character and the next week we could be practicing how to improvise a story.
WHO can join?
The workshops are open to anyone! You don’t need to have ever even attended a drama class before.
The great thing about it being run online is that it doesn't matter where in the world you are (as long as you've got a good internet connection and you can speak English)!
Improv is the perfect skill to develop if you are an actor looking to enhance your skill set, a writer looking for inspiration or anyone looking to unwind after work and gain a better understanding of creative collaboration.
All our drop-in class are open to anyone over the age of 17. We can run bespoke workshops for younger groups. Enquire here.
We also run Online Improv Labs (advanced classes) for experienced improvisers.
The online workshops are taught by Ed Pithie, founder of Dingbats Improv, who has been teaching improv for over 6 years. Occasionally we get a special guest improv teacher to impart their wisdom.
WHEN? WHERE? AND HOW MUCH?
The Online Workshops are every Monday 8pm - 9.45pm GMT.
These are drop-in workshops so you don't have to book for a whole term. You can book as many or as few as you like. A place at a workshop is £6.
All the workshops will be hosted on Zoom Video Communications. A link will be sent to you via email roughly an hour before the workshop. Please ensure you have a webcam, microphone and a good internet connection. For the best experience, we recommend you use a laptop or a desktop computer.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"Ed created a fun atmosphere and made sure nobody felt under pressure.."
— Craig | Google Reviews